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Police Blotter: 17 Feb 2009

Police Blotter: 17 Feb 2009

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MAN ARRESTED WITH DRUGS, FAKE MONEY

Nigerian-born Dominith Ushuma Akigasim, 29, was arrested in his rented apartment on Street 178 in Phnom Penh. Police found drugs including methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana, as well as 10 counterfeit US$100 bills, in the apartment.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

FATHER RAPES ADOPTED DAUGHTER

Korng Chhon, 40, was reported to police on February 5 for raping his adopted eight-year-old daughter in Kampong Chhnang province. The victim said she had been raped by her father many times but failed to report the incidents due to fears for her life. The man escaped capture and is being searched for by police.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

MAN INJURED BY SHOE, ANGRY  WOMAN

Traffic police officer Ly Vannra was severely wounded on Saturday after being assaulted by motorcyclist Brov Pov. The attacker was being cited for not wearing a helmet on an unregistered motorbike near Phsa Leu Thom market in Siem Reap province. The victim was taken to hospital after being struck with a shoe and assaulted by the attacker's wife.
KOH SATEPHEAP

NEWLYWED KILLS SELF WITH POISON

Yun Srey Mom, 18, poisoned herself with insecticide on Saturday after being married for two days. The woman, from Daeng Chas village, Por Meal commune, Basedth district, had a boyfriend before being married.
KOH SATEPHEAP

STUDENT ROBBED, SHOT WHILE ON PHONE

Prum Ching, a 17-year-old student, was robbed of his motorbike and shot by two men while stopped on Street 271 in Phnom Penh to make a phone call. The man was seriously injured and taken to Calmette Hospital.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

MEN ATTACK AFTER DANCEFLOOR TOUCH

Pith Nga, 18, hit Chauk Proeun, 27, over the head with a chair at a local wedding. The incident occurred in Roung Takok village, Pursat province. It was caused by the two men touching each other on the dance floor.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

MEN SHOOT COP OVERLACK OF PROSTITUTES

l Samnang, 30, and Eng Eung Kheang, 31, were arrested for shooting a police officer at Rasmey Makara Karaoke bar in Koh Kong province after becoming angry with karaoke staff for not providing them with prostitutes.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

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