Police Blotter: 19 Jul 2010

Police Blotter: 19 Jul 2010

POLICE

TRAFFIC TUMBLE RESULTS IN HEAD INJURIES FOR TEEN
A 19-year-old woman employed at a karaoke bar suffered a serious head injury after she fell from the back of a motorbike early Friday morning. Police said the woman was on her way back from partying with some friends when the motodop driving her home tried to overtake a car. The woman tumbled from the back of the bike and landed on her head. She was then sent to hospital for medical treatment. The incident occurred in Daun Penh district.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

POLICE ARREST WOMAN ACCUSED OF COPYING FILES
Police have been tight lipped about a woman accused of copying sensitive documents from the Interior Ministry. Investigators have not publicly released information about what was contained in the documents or why the woman was allegedly copying them. But they say the woman, 40, was arrested last Thursday at her home in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

CALL OF NATURE LEADS TO ASSAULT ATTEMPT
A 43-year-old man has been accused of attempting to sexually assault a woman while she was urinating outdoors. The assault allegedly occurred last Tuesday in Battambang province when the woman’s husband was away. The woman said she was urinating behind her house when she felt the accused man, who she said was a drunkard, put his arm suggestively on her shoulder. Villagers rushed to her help, however, before the situation grew more dire. The man allegedly confessed to the accusations, telling police that he had loved the woman for a long period of time.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

HIGH-SPEED VANDALISM ON HIGHWAY TO THE BEACH
Police in Preah Sihanouk province have arrested two men accused of intentionally breaking a car’s side mirror in the middle of the highway. The two men, 19 and 22, allegedly overtook a car last Monday while driving into the province. The car driver, who was apparently upset, started honking his horn, prompting one of the “gangster” suspects to throw a stone at the car and break the mirror. The car driver stopped and apprehended the men himself, then delivered them to police in Prey Nob district.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

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