Police’s drug crackdown nets three armed dealers

Police’s drug crackdown nets three armed dealers

It was busier than your average Monday for cops in the capital’s Meanchey district, who took down three dealers in two separate busts.

Starting with a crackdown at a guesthouse, a man and woman were found with 17 packs of drugs and a gun.

Left with time for another raid, authorities caught a second firearm-toting fellow in Chamkarmon district, netting two packets of illicit substances.

Rounding out the productive day, all suspects confessed and were held for further legal action.

Koh Santepheap

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