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Police Blotter: 01 Dec 2008

Police Blotter: 01 Dec 2008

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SAMURAI-WIELDING GANGSTER ARRESTED

Chan Lor Ratana, 20, was arrested on Thursday in Village 2, commune 2, Mitapheap district of Sihanoukville for the illegal use of a samurai sword in a fight between two local rival gangs. The fight was over a girl.
RASMEY  KAMPUCHEA

MAN KILLED BY BRICK TRUCK

Kun Bunly, 78, was killed in a road accident on Friday in Phka Sla village in Battambang's O'Char commune. On his way to pick up his grandchild from school, Kun Bunly was knocked off his motorbike by a car and suffered fatal injuries when a truck, fully laden with bricks, ran over his head. Both vehicles drove off.   
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

327 PILLS FOUND ON DRUGS DEALERS

Se Sao, female, 42, and Hol Chab, male, 26, were arrested Wednesday in Banteay Meanrith village in Banteay Meanchey's Kork Romeath commune. Police found 327 pills on them in two plastic bags labeled WY.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

NECKLACE THIEVES ARRESTED

Police arrested Theara Deth, 22, and Em Ponleu, 21, on Satursay after they snatched a necklace from Song Makara, 18, who was riding a motorbike in Toeuk La'ork 3 commune, Tuol Kork district, Phnom Penh. The assailants fell off their motorbike after the snatching and were immediately caught by police.  
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

14-YEAR-OLD GIRL LOSES ARM IN MILL

The arm of 14-year-old Sen Mabb was ripped off when she got it caught in the soil mixer where she worked in Vamey village in Prey Veng's Peam Ror district. Despite complaining of hunger and fatigue, Sen Mabb was asked to work extra hours at lunch

time on November 14 when the accident occurred. She was taken to the Svay Rieng provincial hospital by her family. The owner of the mill has agreed to pay for treatment and will offer her work in the factory when she has recovered.  
KOH SANTEPHEAP

DOCK WORKER SHOT DEAD HELPING GIRL

Vath Savoeun, 29, a carrier at Phsar Tauch dock, Russey Keo district, Phnom Penh, was shot twice when he went to help karaoke girl Touch Sokha, 26, who was being robbed of her motorbike by three armed men on Thursday. He died later at at the hospital. The robbers failed to take the girl's motorbike.  
KOH SANTEPHEAP

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