Drugs may be thrown, but charges still remain

Drugs may be thrown, but charges still remain

Old habits die hard, and sometimes they land you back in the slammer, as two men in Phnom Penh’s Chbar Ampov district found on Tuesday.

The men had just been released from prison, and local cops stopped them on their moto one night to make sure they were behaving.

One of the men tried to throw two small packets of meth out of sight, but it didn’t escape the cop’s watchful eye. Police confiscated the bike and sent them to court. Deum Ampil

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