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Police Blotter: 22 Sep 2011

Police Blotter: 22 Sep 2011

Boyfriend ‘stabs his girlfriend’ in back
A Young karaoke worker was allegedly stabbed by her boyfriend on Monday in Kampot province’s Kampot district. Police said the couple had been dating for nearly a year when they decided to move in together. After four days, the boyfriend tried to kick the victim out of the house because he could not afford to feed her. The 24-year-old victim refused to leave and the boyfriend allegedly used a piece of wood to repeatedly hit her and stabbed her in the back. He then took her to hospital and returned home, where he was arrested by police.
RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

Female ‘drug-dealer’ captured by police
A SUSPECTED drug-dealer was arrested on Monday in Battambang province’s Battambang district. Police said they were tipped off by an informant. Nearly 2,000 yama pills were confiscated in the arrest. Police reported that although the 50 year-old female suspect claimed that it was her first time dealing drugs, they had been following the case closely and suspected she had been selling amphetemines for a while.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

Teens attack men with wood near pagoda
TWO teens were arrested for assaulting two men with a piece of wood on Monday in Battambang province’s Battambang district. Police said the two eighteen year-old suspects were driving their motos to a pagoda when two 22 year-olds kicked them off their motos. Police said one of the 22 year-olds was jealous because his girlfriend was riding with one of the teens.  After being kicked off their motos, the teens attacked the men with a piece of wood.
RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

Timber driver nabbed, accomplice escapes
A MAN was arrested for allegedly transporting illegal timber on Monday in Banteay Meanchey province’s Sisophon district. Police said they pulled the car over because it was driving at high speeds on National Road 6. When they discovered the illegal timber they arrested the 29 year-old driver, but his boss, a 40 year-old woman, escaped.
RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

Teasing spurs man to allegedly steal bike
A 20 YEAR-OLD was arrested by police for allegedly stealing a motodop’s motorbike on Sunday in Kampong Cham province’s Chamkar Leu district. Police said the suspect pushed the motodop off of his moto and drove away with it. The motodop alerted authorities who chased down the suspect and arrested him. Police reported that the suspect said he had stolen the motorbike because his friends had teased him for being poor and not having a vehicle.
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