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Police Blotter: 17 Oct 2008

Police Blotter: 17 Oct 2008

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ACCUSING HUSBAND KILLED BY WIFE

Ouch

Sokkhom, 42, was arrested by police after she killed her husband Ses

Sab, 67, when he accused her of having sexual relations with another

man in Village 1, Tumnub Rorlork commune, Steng Hav district,

Sihanoukville. Ses Sab died from blood loss at the front door of the

family home after his wife Ouch Sokkhom chopped him on the calf with a

long knife on Monday. Ouch Sokkhom is currently in detention and

awaiting trial in court.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

UNCLEAR RECEPTION  ENDS IN VIOLENCE

Men

Tork, 39, was arrested by police after he cut his wife Touch Sothea,

44, with a knife in Tuol Prasath village, Tuol Pongror commune, O Chrov

district, Banteay Meanchey province at 9pm on October 9. The police

said that the argument was sparked by the unclear reception on the

family TV. Touch Sothea is currently recovering at the Mongkul Borey

district's Cambodia-Japan Friendship Hospital, while Men Tork has been

sent to the provincial primary court where he is awaiting trial. KOH SANTEPHEAP

UNIDENTIFIED BODY FOUND NEAR LAKE

An

unidentified body of a man in his mid-30s was discovered near a lake on

National Road 6A in Kean Khlang village, Chruoy Changvar commune,

Russei Keo district, Phnom Penh at 4:15pm Wednesday. The police said

that they suspect foul play because the dead man had blood on his face

and upper body.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

MAN KILLS STEPFATHER

Lim

Ramo, 21, was arrested by police for killing his stepfather Prak Khan,

50, in O Kambot village, Prek Kporb commune, Ek Phnom district,

Battambang province at midnight Tuesday. The police said that Lim Ramo

killed his stepfather with a sharp bamboo stick in front of the family

home but did not state what the motive for the murder could have been.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

WOMAN ARRESTED FOR TRAFFICKING

Cha

Nakea, 27, was arrested by Siem Reap military police for attempting to

traffick her seven-year-old niece from Banteay Meanchey to Puk

district, Siem Reap province at 2pm Tuesday. The police said that Cha

Nakea was trying to make the young girl into a sex worker in Siem Reap

and have now reunited the girl with her parents. Cha Nakea has been

sent to court where she is currently awaiting trial.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

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