A Cambodian navy officer, Ly Ti, 35 on the 23rd of December fired multiple shots at 2 Chinese men that had broken into his home on street 216, Sangkat 4, Sihanoukville. One of the suspects at the burglary operation was pronounced dead on scene, while another sustained injury and sent to the hospital.
Kampot, Cambodia: Police in Kampot are currently investigating a complaint from a French woman, who allegedly reported she was raped by 3 men after she was abducted forcefully by these men, and took her on a narrow road before the horrible act.
In a social media post, the victim narrated she was captured at the Kampong Bay Bridge, when the three men came and took her inside their Toyota Camry and threw her inside the car, and onto a narrow road, where they had their way with her. The men also took video of the incident on their mobile phones, before releasing her, and she then ran away.
Responding to the rape allegations, Kampot governor has said that police are searching for the suspects and when arrested will face the punishment of the legal system.
As many countries continue to warn Chinese National to be peaceful and respectful to their host, some Chinese nationals have decided to throw decorum into thin air as they exchanged furnitures of a restaurant in Cambodia and engage in public brawl, until they were carted away by local police officers.
The fight was reported to have started at the Eu Ouy restaurant, at 3 am on March 12, 2019 in in Sangkat Tonle Basac, Khan Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh. According to the report from eyewitnesses, three nationals, including a woman, the group had started an argument with another Chinese group, that would later lead to a fight, damaging the furniture in the restaurant.
When the first group of Cambodians left the scene, the two Chinese men remaining from the previous fight, then pick another fight with some Cambodian men at the same restaurant.
Police were later invited to the scene, and they took all the wrestlers away for questionings.
A Nigerian man, AREBANMEN ENDURACE ARAMDE, 28, staying in Cambodia was arrested in Cambodia after acting like a nuisance on the street.
Aramde was drunk, and was acting intoxicated outside of Wat Phnom Post Office while disturbing public peace, the people around the area called police to remove him from the surrounding. When police approached the 28 year old, and later checked his passport, they saw he was expired visa in the country, and saw his visa had expired since January 9th, 2017.
He was later taken to the Immigration Department for deportation proceedings.
Immigration officials in Cambodia have raided a house occupied by Nigerians in Chom Chao, and have detained 29 of them while they await the occupants with documents, and those living and working illegally in the country.
The 29 Nigerians have been detained, and anyone without the right documents faces deportation.
The local residents of Chom Chao have reported the Nigerians to the local immigration department, said UK Heisela, chief of investigation department, while speaking on the arrests.
We arrested people from Nigeria, but we still don’t know how many are legal and how many are illegal.
Two Nigerians, Onye Caefuna, 30, Pascal Awaski, 39, and Pascal's Cambodian girlfriend, Chhaen Davy, 35 were all arrested for allegedly cheating a man out of $20,000 to purchase a chemical that will allow them print fake US currency last year.
According to San Sothy, a penal police officer with the Ministry of Interior’s Penal Department, the victim had met the 3 culprits via Facebook and they all agreed to do the money laundering business which involved the fake currency printing.
The victim was shown the machine that will be used for the printing, and was told to send $20,000 that will allow the purchase of the chemicals needed for the printing.
He sent the money, but was later unable to contact the two men after he had transferred the money. He later reported the case to the Ministry of Interior.
A Nigerian man, Donald Millo has revealed the assault he got from the Cambodian immigration officers while trying to enter the country earlier this month. Donald shared a video of himself narrating his experience on his Facebook page, and our correspondent decided to talk to him for details.
According to Donald, he had travelled to Cambodia from Vietnam for few days to explore the country and get back to Vietnam to work. Donald, a software Engineer in Vietnam sounded bitter while he narrated the horrible experience he got from the Cambodian immigration officer at the border.
He said he had picked up his visa in Vietnam, and as he arrived the country, he showed the visa and other relevant documents to the officers, they also asked for his return ticket to Vietnam, and he showed them. After some time, the officers said he won't be allowed into the country, and when he asked if there was a problem, the officers won't provide a reason, but just don't want him to enter into Cambodia.
As he tried questioning this action, the young man was assaulted by the officers who had surrounded him and with one voice, "we don't want you, we don't want Nigerians, you monkey".
As other passengers try to talk to the immigration about this act, they were told to keep moving, and this is an official problem.
Donald was not allowed to enter Cambodia and was sent on the next flight to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, even after buying a ticket to Noi Bai Airport, Hanoi.
Cambodian authorities have deported five Vietnamese girls who sell coffee and offer sexual services for their customers in Oyadav district, and were sent over the Oyadav border on February 26.
The provincial police department told local media that the girls have been living as prostitutes and coffee sellers at the district without a work permit, but the owner of the coffee shop, Quyen Mai, has got a work permit approved by the department on 25th of Feb., 2016.
Mai is not the only place where girls doubled as hookers and coffee sellers, as community members have said around 4-5 other cafes are doing the same business, but are yet to be raided. The residents are calling for immediate actions on those spots as they complained it is having negative effects on the Khmer culture.