Border run ends badly for Laos meth dealer

Border run ends badly for Laos meth dealer

Stung Treng town police apprehended a Laotian man for allegedly trafficking over half a kilogram of “ice” into Cambodia on Wednesday.

Police say the man was arrested near the Laos-Cambodia border, not far from where the suspect reportedly resides.

The smuggler was caught with 503.5 grams of crystal meth, which authorities seized along with a phone.

The suspect confessed his intent to sell the drugs and has been sent to court.

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