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Trial begins for alleged meth tablet smuggler

Trial begins for alleged meth tablet smuggler

A woman was allegedly caught smuggling about 1,000 pills of crystal meth over the border from Laos to Stung Treng province on Friday.

Men Noeun, 51, was tried yesterday by Stung Treng Provincial Court for drug trafficking, and allegedly smuggling 929 grams of ice, said Duong Vichet, provincial military commander.

“She carried the drugs from Laos to deliver them to Preah Vihear province,” he said yesterday.


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