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Urine belies denials in Kampot drug case

A group of drug dealers were left with their proverbials hanging out their pants on Wednesday evening.

After being stopped by police in Kampot’s Kampong Trach district on suspicion of drug possession, the trio strongly denied the accusation.

However, a positive urine test and a small package of meth appearing during a swift frisk contradicted the image of innocence the men attempted to cultivate, and landed the trio in the provincial police station.

Koh Santepheap

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