Drug busts always good fodder for our Blotter

Drug busts always good fodder for our Blotter

A posse of Siem Reap drug dealers had a veritable menagerie of supplies on hand when they were busted by authorities on Saturday.

Paying a visit to where the four suspects were staying in Svay Dangkum commune, the boys in blue searched and found 25 baggies of meth, a stash of empty bags waiting to be filled, a small collection of smoking implements and four mobile phones.

The well-equipped traffickers were cuffed and taken away to face charges for their enterprise.

Koh Santepheap

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