Dealer obviously never heard of a ‘stake-out’

Dealer obviously never heard of a ‘stake-out’

The old criminal adage about suspects returning to the scene of a crime rang true on Monday evening, landing one Por Sen Chey drug dealer in police custody.

The suspect had received word that a police raid on his illegitimate enterprise was in the works and scarpered accordingly, leaving his inventory behind.

He sauntered back to his home-cum-place of business later in the evening, only to be immediately arrested by some unexpected houseguests: Phnom Penh’s finest.

Kampuchea Thmey

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