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Police blotter: 12 Nov 2008

Police blotter: 12 Nov 2008

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NORWEGIAN OVERDOSES IN PP HOTEL

David Senknut Winddy, 52, a Norwegian tourist,  was found dead on Sunday in room 512 of the Diamond Hotel  on Monivong Boulevard in Phnom Penh after an apparent drug overdose. His body was taken to Calmette Hospital for his relatives to pick up.  
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

ARMED ROBBERS CAPTURED BY POLICE

Police in Kandal province arrested three of five robbers in Ang Snuol district for robbery on Sunday. Phan Chantha and Moul Lina were robbed of their motorbikes at gunpoint at midnight on Saturday. Heng Seng Hong, 25; Sorn Saren, 27; and Eam Viey attempted to flee to Phnom Penh but were captured by district police.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

EIGHT-YEAR-OLD RAPED BY GUEST

An eight-year-old girl was raped three times by a man named Chhay,  who was staying with the victim’s parents in Siem Reap. While the girl was playing in front of her father’s room, Chhay grabbed her and took her to an adjacent bedroom and then raped her. Chhay has been sent to the provincial court.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

MAN ARRESTED FOR INCITMENT

Ouk Rann, 47, living in Kamakor village in Phnom Penh, was arrested by the Phnom Penh gendarmerie on Sunday after being accused of provoking land grabbings from 84 families in Phnom Penh.
RAMSEY KAMPUCHEA

MAN BLUDGEONED BY DRINKING BUDDY

Sorn Toy killed Chhuon Phea with a piece of wood after they were drinking together and had an argument. The event occurred in Prey Veng’s Kamchay Mea district on October 31. Sorn Toy has been arrested and sent to the provincial court, but the police still do not know what the conflict was about. 
KOH SANTEPHEAP 

'FEROCIOUS MAN' MURDERED

l Three men were arrested in Ta Lor commune, Pursat province for the murder of Chhay Soeum, 19. The three suspects  in custody – Dao Dorn, 35; San Thon, 28;  and Soeum Phoeun, 27 – are three of five suspects in the murder. The three suspects said they were angry at the victim because he was a “ferocious man” who had threatened to cut them on multiple occasions. The arrested trio was sent to the provincial court on Monday.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

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