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Student on sex charge

Student on sex charge

A 21-YEAR-OLD was charged last week with the rape and illegal detention of a 14-year student in Phnom Penh, a police officer said Sunday. Sin Bunry, Chief of Teuk La’ak III commune police, said Pheng Meng, a student at the National University of Management, was charged on Friday by Phnom Penh Municipal Court. He was arrested at a rental room in Tuol Kork district’s Teuk La’ak III commune on June 15, following a complaint from the victim’s parents, who said their daughter hadn’t returned home from school the previous day, he said.

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