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Two men arrested for drug trafficking stand at a Stung Treng provincial police station in May as authorities lay out seized methamphetamine pills. Military Police
Two men arrested for drug trafficking stand at a Stung Treng provincial police station in May as authorities lay out seized methamphetamine pills. Military Police

Drug arrests spike 70%

 

The number of drug arrests across Cambodia since last November rose nearly 70 percent compared to the same period a year ago, yielding some 111 kilos of confiscated drugs, according to a preliminary report by the National Authority for Combating Drugs.

The report, which was obtained yesterday and still needs to be finalised, compiled data on drug cases in the Kingdom from November 2015 through September 2016. That period saw the number of arrests sharply increase to more than 8,000, with only about 4,800 people arrested in the same period last year. No comparison was offered for the amount of drugs confiscated.

The number of drug cases sent to court also rose to 3,406, compared with 2,190 the previous year during the same time, representing a 55 percent increase, the report shows.

Khieu Saman, director of the anti-drug department at the Ministry of Interior, said that a better understanding of investigation procedures among officers had contributed to the increase of arrests. This year alone, 2,600 police officers have been trained across all provinces.

“In the past, there were also many drug crimes, but we did not understand the procedure,” he said yesterday.

However, experts in the past have expressed concerns over the number of arrests in comparison to the amount of drugs, and have suggested the ratio pointed to police only catching “smaller fish”, as opposed to large-scale drug dealers.

Tun Nay Soe, with the UN Office on Drugs and Crime Regional Office for Southeast Asia and the Pacific, declined to comment on the specifics of the report, but did say that Cambodia is a transit route for drugs, which is not a good sign.

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A man poses for a photo with authorities at a Kep police station after he was arrested for the murder of a 6-year-old girl. CPU
A man poses for a photo with authorities at a Kep police station after he was arrested for the murder of a 6-year-old girl. CPU

Farmer arrested in Kep girl’s murder

 

Kep authorities on Wednesday arrested a 25-year-old man in connection to the brutal murder of a 7-year-old girl who was apparently killed over a pair of earrings worth about $0.60.

Famer Teng Proeun, 25, confessed to the crime, according to Poung Sokheng, Kep’s deputy provincial police chief. “After having questioned him, he confessed that he had robbed and killed the girl.”

Provincial police chief Ing Sam Ol said the suspect, who was arrested near the girl’s house, is scheduled to be sent to provincial court today. “He thought the earrings were expensive and beautiful,” Sam Ol said.

The suspect saw the girl walking along the forest and took the opportunity to rob her, Sam Ol added. He allegedly hit the girl, prompting her to cry and run, but not wanting her to reveal the robbery, he allegedly hit her again in the head. He then allegedly staged the girl’s body as if she had drowned. The girl’s body was found in a lake on Monday after she went missing Sunday.

Jim McCabe, director of the Child Protection Unit, which was involved in the case, said this kind of crime is “extremely unusual” in Kep.

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South Korean pastor Park Youl has his photo taken at a Siem Reap police station after he was arrested for sexually assaulting minors. Photo supplied
South Korean pastor Park Youl has his photo taken at a Siem Reap police station after he was arrested for sexually assaulting minors. Photo supplied

Pastor in Siem Reap arrested over child sex abuse

 

A South Korean national who was the pastor of two churches in Siem Reap town was arrested yesterday after police received a tip-off that he had allegedly been sexually abusing children for “many years”, authorities said.

According to Duong Thavery, provincial chief of anti-human trafficking and juvenile protection police, suspect Park Youl had been living in Siem Reap for about 10 years, and was the pastor of one church in Siem Reap town and another in Prasat Bakong district. He was arrested yesterday at about 9am after police investigated a tip from child protection NGO Action Pour Les Enfants (APLE).

“APLE knew the information from a victim who stopped living in the church [in Seam Reap town],” said Thavery. “The victim stopped living there, and reported that she was called by the pastor to his room and he eventually had sexual intercourse with her.”

“After that, we asked for [permission] from the deputy prosecutor to look into the case. After the investigation, we called in the pastor for questioning and called in other kids,” she added. “Each of the kids was abused by the pastor for many years.”

Thavery said that Park had confessed to having intercourse with some of his eight accusers, but maintained he had only kissed others. The victims ranged in age from children as young as 11, to young adults as old as 21 whose abuse dated back several years.

An APLE press release on the case, however, gave the victims’ ages as 11 to 16.

The pastor allegedly plied the victims with money and other gifts, such as bicycles, according to the police report.

Park is expected be charged with indecent acts committed against a minor under the age of 15.

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KHMER TIMES/MOM KUNTHEAR FRIDAY, 21 OCTOBER 2016 628 VIEWS

Man Detained in Murder for Earrings Case

Police arrested a man on Wednesday who reportedly confessed to killing a 7-year-old girl for her earrings on Sunday in Kep province, according to police yesterday.
 

Deputy provincial police chief Boung Sokheng said yesterday that a construction worker, 25-year-old Teng Poeun, admitted to killing the girl to steal her earrings, which police valued at only 2,500 riel (about $0.62).
 

“We spent three days investigating the case to arrest the suspect and finally we found and arrested him. We sent him to the provincial police station for detention and further questioning and will send him to the court [today],” he said.
 

According to a report by provincial police, evidence and witnesses enabled police to arrest Mr. Poeun on Wednesday afternoon and he was then brought to the provincial police station for questioning.
 

“After questioning him, he admitted yesterday morning that he killed the girl to steal a pair of earrings,” the police report said.
 

It added that police took Mr. Poeun to the scene of the crime for a reenactment of the events that led to her death and his subsequent escape.
 

The girl’s body was found in a pond about two kilometers from her home on Monday morning and police initially concluded she had been killed for her earrings.
 

Mr. Sokheng said the girl had followed her parents to a pepper plantation on a mountain where they worked about one kilometer from their village, but she went down the mountain without telling anyone.
 

Once her parents realized their daughter was missing, they searched for her but could not find her and then filed a complaint with police.

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A Singaporean Man Had His Necklace Snatched While Mongering On The Street Of Phnom Penh

A Singaporean Man Had His Necklace Snatched While Mongering On The Street Of Phnom Penh

A Singaporean man got on a tuk tuk to look for sex service near Sorya mall, while he was talking to a girl bargaining the price, an opportunists snatched his necklace and ran away. It took place around 3:30 am on 21 October 2016 along street 63 corner of 154 located in Beoung Rieng commune, Daun Penh district, Phnom Penh.

The victim said, he left from his hotel along the riverside on a tuk tuk to look for sex service in Sorya area. Adding that, once he arrived where he had his necklace snatched, he was talking to a girl about the price, at the time, he didn’t get off from a tuk tuk, he was talking to her while he was still on the tuk tuk. Then, at one point, an unknown man came close and snatched his golden necklace and ran away.

Adding that, the girl told him to give her some money, she would bring the necklace back to him, however he didn’t buy it and told the tuk tuk driver to bring him to Beoung Rieng police station to file a complaint. The victim said, if it was the money, he wouldn’t care so much as he could earn it back. However, the necklace was a souvenir that his mother gave him. After having filed a complaint, he didn’t leave the police station as he was asking police to help looking for his necklace.
 
 


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KHMER TIMES/PAV SUY MONDAY, 24 OCTOBER 2016 488 VIEWS

Armed Buffalo Thief Subdued

 

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The son of a Mondulkiri provincial commune chief, a wanted buffalo thief, was arrested on Saturday after shooting at police when they tried to arrest him the day before.  
 

On Wednesday, a buffalo was stolen in Koh Nhek district’s Sry Huy commune and an attempt to arrest the key suspect 30-year-old Yeng Ean, resulted in shots being fired at officers on Friday and no arrest, district police chief Khlot Sokhea told Khmer Times.
 

“He fired one shot at the police with his CKC gun, but no one was injured and he escaped,” he said, using common slang for the Russian-made SKS rifle.
 

After a day of searching, Mr. Sokhea said police found Mr. Ean feeding the stolen buffalo at a house in the commune.
 

“We arrested him in Sre Huy village in Sre Huy commune where he had tied the buffalo and was feeding it,” he said.
 

This time no shots were fired and the rifle was seized at the scene. First produced in the Soviet Union in 1949, the rifle was widely distributed and copied among Soviet-aligned states and saw service in Cambodia and Vietnam during the Vietnam War.  
 

Provincial police official Vien Vannath confirmed they had taken Mr. Ean in for questioning.
 

“The district police sent him to the provincial police office on Saturday and he was then sent to the police experts who are still questioning him,” he said, declining to comment further.

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KHMER TIMES/MOM KUNTHEAR MONDAY, 24 OCTOBER 2016 769 VIEWS

Cops Light Up Marijuana Plants

More than 50 marijuana plants were destroyed on Saturday morning in Battambang province’s Sangker district by police, who said the owner also agreed never to grow the plant again.
 

Buth Vuthy, the chief of staff of Sangker district, told Khmer Times yesterday that police officials found 54 marijuana plants next to 44-year-old Moeun Vuthy’s house in O’Dambang 1 commune.
 

“The owner of the marijuana plants did not know growing this kind of plant was illegal because he believed that marijuana can help reduce the pain from injuries. That’s what he planted them for, to use them that way,” he said.
 

Mr. Vuthy said the owner only planted the marijuana a few months ago and no one else in the village planted any.
 

“We did not fine or detain him. We just asked him to promise that he won’t do it again and we let him go home,” he said.
 

Earlier this month, police confiscated and burned 67 marijuana plants in Pursat province’s Phnom Kravanh district.

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KHMER TIMES/MOM KUNTHEAR TUESDAY, 25 OCTOBER 2016 401 VIEWS

Trafficking Ringleader Nabbed After Trick

Police from two provinces cooperated to arrest the suspected leader of a drug trafficking ring yesterday morning in Banteay Meanchey province’s Malai district after they tricked him into coming to a government office.
 

Chap Sopharith, the deputy police chief in Banteay Meanchey province, told Khmer Times yesterday that he headed the force that arrested Chhorpi Chhit Chhai, a 53-year-old Thai national.
 

He said Mr. Chhit Chhai was the ringleader of a drug gang that had been transporting more than 144,000 methamphetamine pills before his arrest in Preah Vihear province’s Tbeng Meanchey district on October 15.
 

“We sought his arrest after Preah Vihear police arrested a drug trafficker with more than 140,000 methamphetamine pills on October 15 and he admitted that he just transported the pills for the Thai ringleader [Mr. Chhit Chhai],” he said.
 

He identified the suspect in the October 15 arrest as Kong Vich, 32, who was found with 24 separate packages of pills in the trunk of his Toyota Camry.
 

Mr. Sopharith added that Mr. Chhit Chhai had a Cambodian wife and had lived for eight years in Malai district’s Beung Beng commune.
 

He said he cooperated with Preah Vihear provincial police until Mr. Chhit Chhai’s arrest, adding that the suspect had been sent to the Preah Vihear provincial police station for further questioning because of his involvement in the case there.
 

“We are not aware if there are more people involved in this case because we have to question him more,” he said.
 

“He did not have any pills with him when we arrested him. We arrested him successfully because I told him to appear at the Malai district police station to complete immigration documents and then we arrested him at the time.”

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KHMER TIMES/BUTH REAKSMEY KONGKEA TUESDAY, 25 OCTOBER 2016 527 VIEWS

Corrupt Officers Detained

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Four district military police officers in Banteay Meanchey province were arrested and charged last Thursday after they freed three suspected thieves in exchange for an almost $3,000 bribe as well as more than half of the sum the thieves initially stole.
 

Deputy provincial military police commander Colonel Men Phiron said Captain Tem Bola and Captain Ros Sahan, both deputy commanders in the Poipet City Military Police, as well as officers Sam Bonal and Chan Hav, were charged with “abuse of power” and “theft” under articles 353, 356 and 586 of the Criminal Code.
 

An officer who spoke on condition of anonymity told Khmer Times that on October 14 the three thieves were arrested by Poipet City Military Police officers after stealing more than 540,000 Thai baht (about $15,500) from Tan Sophay, a 43-year-old businessman who was driving in his car past the Rong Kleu border market before the robbery.
 

After the arrest, the military police, led by the four officers who were charged, confiscated the stolen money and took out more than 400,000 baht (about $11,500) before handing Mr. Sophay the remaining 136,750 baht (about $4,000).
 

The three alleged thieves were held overnight and released the next day once their families had paid the four officers a total of $3,000.
 

Major General Or Borin, the commander of the Banteay Meanchey Provincial Military Police, said military police were supposed to crack down on offenses, not commit them, and added that the four officers will be punished to the full extent of the law. Maj. Gen. Borin said the alleged thieves were rearrested on October 15, charged and sent to prison by the provincial prosecutor.

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KHMER TIMES/BUTH REAKSMEY KONGKEA WEDNESDAY, 26 OCTOBER 2016 225 VIEWS

Coffee Shop Owner Busted for Selling Sex

The Vietnamese owner of a coffee shop in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district was arrested on Monday for allegedly offering prostitution services inside her shop, police said yesterday.
 

Major Ly Lon, a police officer at the Interior Ministry’s anti-human trafficking and juvenile protection department, said Nguven Thi Yung, 51, was arrested at her shop in Daun Penh district’s Srah Chak commune on Monday at about 9:30pm.  
 

“She was arrested after police raided her coffee shop while some of the Vietnamese girls employed there were having sex with clients inside the rooms,” he told Khmer Times. “After the raid, police caught four Vietnamese girls and also confiscated used and unused condoms from their rooms.”  
 

He said the Vietnamese women were released after being educated by police, but Ms. Thi Yung was being detained for questioning and further investigation at the ministry.
 

He added that she had been preliminarily charged with “procurement of prostitution” and will be sent to the Phnom Penh Municipal Court for questioning today.

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African Woman Goes Batshit Crazy After Being Robbed Near Russian Market in Phnom Penh [VIDEO]

Phnom Penh, Cambodia: A foreign woman who appears to be from Africa was hysterical after being robbed near the Russian Market.

She was walking alone when 4 men on 2 motorbikes came by her and snatched her bag, knocking her down onto the ground in the process.

They got away and she started yelling in the streets, and even got down on the ground and was crawling around while crying.

This robbery happened at the corner of Street 460 and Street 155 around 12:30AM on October 26.

She said that she had 2 passports, house keys, ATM cards, a smartphone and $1,800 in her bag that was stolen.
 
 


 

by CEOCambodiaNews » Wed Oct 26, 2016 4:23 pm

 
According to this, the victim was Vera Bangwa, a 48yo woman from Sierra Leone. Two guys on an unmarked motorbike came up behind her and snatched her bag. Whatever she was doing walking around after midnight, she is the victim of a snatch and grab by professional thieves (note the unmarked motorbike.) She is said to have been hysterical, but she may have been walking around with everything she owned in her bag ?
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by General Mackevili » Wed Oct 26, 2016 4:47 pm

Even more video footage of her going crazy and riding on the back of a moto with police to the police station.


 
 
 

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