Teen planned to attack his accuser, police say

Teen planned to attack his accuser, police say

A teenager was arrested on Saturday for allegedly attempting to kill his neighbour in Tbong Khmum province.

Police said a woman, 28, had called police on Thursday to complain that the man, 18, was throwing stones at her house.

Knowing that the complaint had been filed, the suspect allegedly climbed on to her roof the next day, armed with a machete and tried to break into her house, police said.

The woman called police, who came to arrest the man. He has been sent to court. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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