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Karaoke and meth bar owner rethinking theme

Karaoke and meth bar owner rethinking theme

A karaoke bar in Kandal province’s Muk Kampoul district attracted criminal activity with its rock-bottom prices on Monday as police arrested the owner and 13 patrons when they found meth at the establishment.

Charging only $2.50 an hour, the owner had gone out to fix her moto trailer and returned to see her place hosting a drug bust.

Cops say the purveyor had been under surveillance for some time before they came to crack down.

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