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Meanchey district police arrest three for drugs

Meanchey district police arrest three for drugs

Meanchey district police arrested an American man and two Vietnamese women on suspicion of illegal drug use and smuggling during a raid earlier this week in Chak Angre Leu commune. Hy Narin, chief of district police, said the arrests were the result of a long investigation between police and local authorities, and that five packages of a powdered drug and 50 pills, as well as other paraphernalia, were seized in the raid. “Meanchey police detained them and they will be sent to court for charging,” Hy Narin said.

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