Man acting as his own drug mule sent to pen

Man acting as his own drug mule sent to pen

A drug dealer did all the legwork himself by importing product to Kandal province’s Ang Snuol district only to be caught by cops on Tuesday.

Officers say they were on patrol when they came across the man setting up shop in the street.

After finding him holding two bags of meth, he admitted to buying in the capital for $40 before returning by motodop in order to turn a profit.

He will have to bargain with the provincial judge, however, as he was arrested and charged with trafficking.

National Police

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