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Police Blotter: 09 Feb 2009

Police Blotter: 09 Feb 2009

POLICE

COUPLE ARRESTED FOR KILLING THREE

Sok Koma and wife Uon Saroen were arrested Thursday by police in Phnom Penh for the killings of three people in Ou Andaung 1 village, Meanchey district. The couple, from Prey Veng province, were arrested for the murders of Ngvean Yang Dev, 44, Suk Sopheap, 30, and Sun Ny, 20.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

PREGNANT WOMAN FOUND SLAIN

An unidentified pregnant woman was found strangled in Serey Suosdey Guesthouse in Siem Reap on Thursday. The dead woman had checked into the guesthouse with a man, thought to be her husband, on February 2. The man has not been seen since.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

BROTHER KILLS BROTHER-IN-LAW

Neang Hort, 39, killed his brother-in-law Leng Vanna, 39, on Friday in Kompong Cham province. Police said Leng Vanna died instantly from a "cut from a blade" after the two brothers had been arguing over a long-running family dispute. RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

MAN KILLED BY STICKS IN S'VILLE

A construction worker, Yin Rithy 28, was found dead on Friday in Sihanoukville. Police suspect the man had been beaten to death with sticks after drinking with his friends.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

SON CUTS FATHER IN PROPERTY DISPUTE

Haom In, 29, was arrested by police for cutting his father during a property dispute in Kampot province on Friday. The father, Chhun Heang, was rushed to hospital by relatives with a serious cut on his leg.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

MOTHER OF FIVE KILLED BY VAN

Heng Muoy Kea, 35, died Friday when she was run over by a van in Phnom Penh's Russei Keo district. The woman who sells lotus roots, had five small children. The driver of the van escaped.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

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