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Police Blotter: 02 Dec 2008

Police Blotter: 02 Dec 2008

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TWO GIRLS RAPED BY 12-STRONG GANG

Four of 12 suspects were arrested for the gang rape of a garment worker and a hair dresser, both 20 years old, on Friday in Prek Ho village in Kandal's Takhmao district, while they were walking to eat sweets.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

INJURED MAN WALKS HIMSELF TO HOSPITAL

Hom Kong, 29, walked to Kampong Chhnang hospital, carrying his eight-month-old daughter, after suffering a serious head wound from being hit with a wooden stick by his father-in-law on Friday. He had been hit while having an argument with his wife, Thuch Ren, 32, over a suspected affair.   
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

MURDER FUGITIVE CAUGHT ON RETURN

Heat Kim Hak, 24, from village 4 in Kampong Cham's Ampil Tapork commune, was arrested by police on Friday when he returned home from Thailand, after being on the run from a murder charge for three months. He was wanted for the murder of Suon Soeun, male, 40, on August 15, who had been killed when Heat Kim Hak had stolen his motorbike.  
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

ANGRY GOVERNOR SMASHES UP CLUB

Governor Chea Thavrith caused US$300 of damage inside the Thmey Village Karaoke in Stung Treng's Thala Borivath district on Saturday when he threw his boot and the microphone after getting angry at a karaoke girl who could not change the song for him on time. The governor agreed to pay for damages after the club's owner, Pouv Vanny, filed a complaint to local police.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

BODIES OF MOSQUITO NET SELLERS  FOUND

The bodies of Chum Choeun, 36, and Phorn Reth, 38, were found in a stupa of Por Pagoda and in a nearby rice field, in Kork village in Kampong Cham's Dambe district on Friday. Police said that the victims, who sell mosquito nets and blankets, had their money and motorbikes stolen. Meng San, 18, was arrested over the deaths on Saturday.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

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