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Another 17 sent to Phnom Penh court for curfew breach

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Phnom Penh Municipal Police on August 6 sent 17 youths to the municipal court for violating the 9pm-3am curfew. POLICE

Another 17 sent to Phnom Penh court for curfew breach

Phnom Penh Municipal Police on August 6 sent 17 youths to the municipal court for violating the 9pm-3am curfew.

“They violated the curfew in Chroy Changvar district. Police stopped them on August 3 while they were riding under the influence of alcohol. They were sent to court on the morning of August 6,” the municipal police said in a Facebook post.

On August 5, authorities throughout the country also sent 14 people to court, while 828 were reprimanded and fined for violating Covid-19 measures and the curfew.

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