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13 November 2009 :: 10:11:46 am 8446

61yr Old Man Caught With 2000 Amphetamine Pills In Pattaya

Police have apprehended a 61 year old male resident of Chiang Mai in possession of nearly 2000 amphetamine pills. The arrest was made in the apartment of an accomplice to the man, who was also found to be in possession of a smaller amount of the same drug.
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Pattaya, the 13th of November 2009 [Pattaya Daily News]: In the early hours of Friday morning the 13th of November, police Lieutenant General Chaloemsak Thianthongsri and Captain Choosak Pinrat arrested a Mr Khing Khammao age 37, of Rayong. Mr Khammao (an employee at the Boomberlang Fishing Park on Sukhumvit Soi 21 in Pattaya), was caught by police in possession of 10 amphetamine pills. Another man, Mr Udom Bunnark age 61, of Chiang Mai, was also arrested a short time later. Mr Bunnark was in possession of 9 blue bags containing 200 amphetamine tablets each (1800 in total). The drugs were transported in a small white Honda Jazz with fake Chiang Mai license plates.

After extensive investigations police admit that Mr Khammao’s drug dealing endeavours became known to them. As a result, undercover operatives decided to set-up a sting on Mr Khammao at his place of employment where they would allegedly purchase 10 amphetamine tablets. Once the operation was in place the police arrived at the Boomberlang Fishing Park and subsequently arrested Mr Khammao in possession of the 10 amphetamine tablets.

Due to their first success, police decided to monitor Mr Khammao’s actions in an attempt to apprehend more members of a known drug gang. Noticing that Mr Khammao had frequent interactions with the driver of a white Honda Jazz, now known to be Mr Bunnark, they decided to follow the car to Mr Khammao’s apartment. When police arrived they arrested Mr Bunnark in possession of nearly 2000 pills of amphetamines that had been concealed in a dirty laundry basket.

Police have interview Mr Bunnark, where he declared that he received the drugs from a dealer in Chiang Mai for an amount of 140,000 baht, following which he decided to travel to Pattaya where he believed he could sell the drugs on for close to 190,000 baht. He also informed police that this was the first time that he had been involved with such activities, deeply regretting his decision now.

Because of the large quantity of drugs that Mr Bunnark had in his possession and the fact that the cars number plate was a forgery, police are more of the opinion that Mr Bunnark is a major drug agent used to transport and offload the amphetamines to smaller dealers in Pattaya and other cities on the Eastern Seaboard. Police continue to hold both men in custody whilst they carry out further investigations in order to apprehend yet more of this particular drug gang. Mr Bunnark and Mr Khammao have both been charged with the possession and resale of a class-1 drug.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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