Strong memories spell doom for mama’s boy

Strong memories spell doom for mama’s boy

How long does it take police to forget your face? Evidently more than four years in Poipet.

Police said a man who fled the border town in 2009 after beating and seriously injuring another man slinked back into town on Monday to visit his mother.

Unfortunately for our suspect, there was still a warrant out and Poipet’s finest were lying in wait. The 32-year-old ran into the jungle in a bid to escape, but after a search of a few hours, was shackled and on his way to court. Koh Santepheap

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