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Three Vietnamese face drug charges

Three Vietnamese face drug charges

Three Vietnamese nationals charged with trafficking methamphetamines faced Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday, court officials said.

In May, police confiscated half a kilogram of methamphetamine pills and drug-making equipment when they arrested the three suspects at their house in Chamkarmorn District, court prosecutor Khieu Phalla said.

Vo Singhong was charged with drug producing and trafficking. while Tin Tay and Nguven Thi Ngok were charged as accomplices.

During the hearing, Vo Sinhong confessed that he had dealt and smuggled drugs but denied that he had made them.

Tin Tay and Nguven Thi Ngok denied they were involved as accomplices.

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