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Thai expats sent to court for trafficking of drugs

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Three Thai nationals were arrested on Friday. Police

Thai expats sent to court for trafficking of drugs

Three Thai nationals who were arrested on Friday for trafficking in drugs at Banteay Meanchey province’s Poipet town have been sent to the provincial court.

Provincial Military Police anti-drugs bureau head Chab Pharith said the case is now under the court’s jurisdiction.

“The three suspects, aged between 43 and 53, have been questioned and sent to the provincial court for further action,” he said. Before their arrest, the three resided in a rented room in Poipet commune.

Poipet town police chief Thin Sindet said during a 9pm raid behind a casino on Sunday, police netted 410 yaba tablets and 13 packets of methamphetamine.

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