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Woman sentenced to 3 years for drugs

Woman sentenced to 3 years for drugs

Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday sentenced a 30-year-old woman to three years in prison on charges of drug trafficking in Stung Meanchey commune last year. Presiding Judge Kor Vandy said that Kim Channy was arrested in August at her home in Tumnup Teouk village, during which police seized 104 methamphetamine tablets and nearly 10 grams of crystallized methamphetamine, along with drug-related paraphernalia. “Due to the hearings and evidence, the court has found that Kim Channy … was a drug trafficker in Phnom Penh,” he said in court.

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