Cheap meth not enough to close capital drug sale

Cheap meth not enough to close capital drug sale

It was touch and go – to court – for three drug dealers who were nabbed while trying to lock in a sale in the capital’s Russey Keo district on Monday afternoon.

The pushers were spotted just before making the exchange and authorities closed in.

Their client successfully made a break, but the trio managing the meth supply was apprehended and found with three bags of product.

After sending them off to face trafficking charges, officers began the search for any other business associates.

National Police

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