Sting operation nets two alleged drug dealers

Sting operation nets two alleged drug dealers

Two alleged drug dealers were caught with half a kilo of meth and assorted paraphernalia in an undercover police sting in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district, said anti-drug police official Colonel San Suthy.

The two women – Le Thi Em, 40, and Nguyen Phansa, 35, both Vietnamese nationals – “were arrested while they were selling drugs to our undercover police inside their house”, Suthy said, adding that police “spent about a month” investigating.

The pair are expected to be sent to court on Sunday.


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