This family’s business in jeopardy after drug bust

This family’s business in jeopardy after drug bust

Drug sales were a family affair before Kandal province police put the kibosh on the operation on Wednesday in Koh Thom district. On their nightly rounds, police got a tipoff that two sisters were selling illicit substances in the street.

Cops found the gals with a bag of drugs, and after a few questions they admitted their dear mother sent them on the errand. Back at home, mom was found with 28 bags of the stuff and arrested. Five phones were confiscated and the whole family was sent off to the station.



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