Fairytale romance goes on for K Cham dealers

Fairytale romance goes on for K Cham dealers

A married couple who allegedly failed to change their drug-dealing ways are likely headed back to the big house after being arrested on Tuesday in Kampong Cham’s Stung Trang district.

Police said the two had just been released from prison this year after a stint in the can, but allegedly went straight back to dealing.

Police, who had been keeping an eye on the pair, raided their home, finding several packets of yama.

Now the husband and wife – who is several months pregnant – are back in police custody.

Koh Santepheap

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