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Police Blotter: 02 September 2008

Police Blotter: 02 September 2008

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WOMAN INJURED AFTER OUTDOOR SEX

Seng Bunlean, 30, was arrested and brought to police custody in Tuol Kork's Phsar Depo III commune in Phnom Penh after he repeatedly stabbed his wife in a jealous rage with a knife Saturday. The victim Seng Ratha, 22, a karaoke girl, was seriously injured on the right hand and in the chest area and is currently recovering at Calmette Hospital. Seng Bunlean, an unemployed man, confessed to the police that he stabbed his wife out of jealousy because she had frequent sexual encounters with numerous men that usually took place outdoors in the vicinity of the family home.

KAMPUCHEA THMEY

SEX-DEPRIVED MAN DRINKS ACID

Chhum Chheng, 23, was transported to Kampong Chhnang provincial hospital after he attempted to kill himself by drinking battery acid because his wife refused to have sex with him on Friday. Family members have said that Chhum Chheng was very upset when his pregnant wife, with whom he had sex every night, suddenly refused to have sex with him. He is currently in a serious condition at a Phnom Penh hospital. His doctors said that he has been vomiting blood from his stomach, and they are finding it difficult to save him.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

MAN CAUGHT IN A SPADE FRENZY

Kim Soth, 82, was seriously injured on the head and rendered unconscious after he tried to protect his daughter from his son-in-law at Champey commune, Bati district of Takeo province Thursday. The man's relatives have said that Ngorn Huot, 45, tried to assault his wife and sister-in-law after a drinking binge with his friends. Kim Soth was hurt in the "cross fire"when he tried to prevent Ngorn Huot from striking his daughter with a spade.

RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

MAN BEATS WIFE WITH STICK

Thong Ra, 28, has been arrested after beating his wife on the head with a stick at Chbar Ampov II commune, Meanchey district of Phnom Penh, Thursday. Police said that his 27-year-old wife was covered in blood when she arrived at the police station to file a complaint. The police have now arrested Thong Ra, and his wife has filed for divorce.
RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

SLAPPED WOMAN OVERDOSES

A 21-year-old woman killed herself Sunday by overdosing on pills after her older husband slapped her. Police said Kong Sodanet and her 44-year-old husband, In Sarath, frequently argued.  
KOH SANTEPHEAP

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