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Nine arrested in wedding brawl

Nine arrested in wedding brawl

NINE out of 31 suspects detained on Sunday after an engagement party brawl in Kandal province’s Ponhea Leu district were sent to court yesterday after confessing to injuring 13 people. Seong Sengly, director of the district minor crimes unit, said yesterday that the remaining 22 suspects had been released. “Our investigation resulted in confessions from nine of the suspects,” he said. The engagement party in Phnom Bat commune erupted into a brawl when guests of the bride and groom attacked each other on the dance floor.

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