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Police Blotter: 04 May 2009

Police Blotter: 04 May 2009

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WOMAN KILLED IN  FAMILY SHOOTING

Mom Bunly and her driver, Heng Eang Chiv, were shot dead Friday while driving to Phnom Penh from Steung Thmey village in Pursat province. Police have arrested Mom Bunly's son in connection with the attack, which policesay was caused by a family business dispute. A third person who was travelling in the car was also severely  wounded and taken to hospital by police.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

VICTIM GETS BEATEN, BUT GETS BIKE BACK

Heang Bun,18, was arrested in connection with a motorbike theft last Thursday, during which the victim, Eng Saes, was severely beaten. Police have returned the motorbike to the victim and are still pursuing one man thought to have been involved in the robbery in Prek village, Preah Sdach district, Battambang province.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

ESCAPED ATTACKER NABBED BY COPS

Police have captured Snguon Seiha, 20, two years after he assaulted a man, leaving him severely wounded. A warrant had been issued for the arrest, which was made Friday in Beng village, Sangke district, Battambang province.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

PORNO-CAFE OWNER GETS 7 DAYS' JAIL

A Vietnamese national, Saing Sin, has been sentenced to seven days in jail and slapped with a 150,000 riel (US$37.50) fine for playing pornographic videos in her cafe in Choam Chao village, in Phnom Penh's Dangkor district. Saing Sin was arrested on Thursday and sentenced the following day.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

FEUDING IN-LAWS DUKE IT OUT

A long-running family dispute has resulted in a brutal fight between two men in Chbar Ampov village, Teuk Chhou district, Kampot province. It is believed that Keang Kea and his brother-in-law Eum Kim had been on bad terms for a long time before the incident. Police arrested both men, who were severely wounded during the fight.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

DRUNK MAN KILLED FOR LEAVING PARTY

A man was killed for attempting to leave a party because "he was already drunk and could not drink anymore", witnesses said. Chhun Bunthon, 38, was fatally stabbed on Wednesday by Nob Ny, 26, after he attempted to leave the event early in Srah Chak village, Kampong Tralach district, Kampong Chhnang province.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

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