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Sword-swinging drug slingers swept up

Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district has been relieved of 19 alleged drug-users and two swords following a police blitz on Wednesday.

According to local authorities, the Sen Sok deputy governor and district police were on a mission to crack down and clean up when they happened upon the troupe of users at a private residence.

All were arrested on site and taken to the police station, along with their weapons and paraphernalia.

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