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Police Blotter: 25 Oct 2011

Police Blotter: 25 Oct 2011

Police join forces in case of cattle rustling
POLICE from Kampong Thom and Preah Vihear provinces collaborated in order to arrest an alleged cow thief on Saturday in Kampong Thom’s Sandan district. Police said the 39-year-old suspect stole three cows from a neighbour and concealed them in a nearby forest. The suspect was found with the cows and reportedly confessed that they were stolen. Police sent the suspect to jail to await trial.

Errant husband loses keys to his wife’s heart
A VIOLENT domestic dispute involving a set of car keys ended with the arrest of a 35-year-old woman on Saturday night in the capital’s Sen Sok district. Police said the suspect caught her husband, 41, having dinner with another woman who was allegedly his girlfriend. The suspect then attacked her husband and stabbed him repeatedly with a set of car keys. The husband was hospitalised for his injuries, while the suspect is awaiting trial.

Beauty’s bad attitude lands her in prison
A SINGER was arrested on Saturday night after she allegedly crashed her car into two motorbikes and attempted to flee the scene in Phnom Penh’s Dangkor district. Police said the 25-year-old suspect was drunk when she hit one motorbike head-on and then hit another while attempting to flee the scene.The drivers of the motorbikes were hospitalised and the suspect was sent to jail to await trial. Police said the suspect was beautiful, but had a bad attitude and insulted them when they made the arrest.

Woman confesses boyfriend stole bike
A YOUNG woman allegedly had her motorbike stolen by her boyfriend in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kork district on Sunday. Police said the suspect borrowed his girlfriend’s motorbike and said he was going to the store, but never returned. The 22-year-old victim initially lied to police and said that she was robbed by two men, before coming clean and admitting that her boyfriend had committed the robbery. Police said they wanted to charge her with disinformation, but instead let her off with a warning.

Driver escapes after crashing into shop
A DRIVER crashed his car into the wall of a street-side shop on Saturday in the capital’s Chamkarmon district. An eyewitness said the suspect appeared to be intoxicated as he fled the scene after he crashed his vehicle into the side wall of the shop.  Police said that they had confiscated the wrecked vehicle in order to track down the owner.


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