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Police arrest nine in raid

Police arrest nine in raid

Nine men were charged by Banteay Meanchey provincial court yesterday with various drug-related offences following their arrest during a raid by anti-drug police on Saturday, officials told the Post.

Thin Sindeth, chief of the provincial anti-drug police office, said the men were arrested at about 2am on Saturday morning during a raid on a drug distribution venue in Chambork village in Malai district’s Boeung Beng commune.

“Among these nine men arrested, six people were charged with drug use and the other three men were charged with drug distribution,” he said.

He added that police also seized a total of 145 methamphetamine tablets, along with other drug-related materials.

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