Pattaya Daily News

05 May 2013 :: 12:05:16 pm 74353

A “Sucker Punch” Leading to Death

It took 1 punch to find an angry man of manslaughter in the death of a co-worker. A “sucker punch” to the face of the victim, the victim staggered and fell while the victim fell to a rolling steel door, the victim plummet to his death hitting the concrete floor violently which ended to his death.
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SAMUTPRAKARN – May 4, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 10:30 A.M. Pol. Lt. Treenate Nanthakornphithak, police officer on duty, Meuang Samutprakarn Police Station was notified there was a body found at Mongkholchai Business Partnership Limited, (56/335 Moo 1 Soi Traimit 7 Temple, Tambon Bang Meuang Mai) Pol. Lt. rushed to inspect the scene with Pol. Col. Phallop Araemlah, Superintendent, and Pol. Col. Preecha Eamnui, which was the head expert of Investigation Officer and the detection team.

At the crime scene, Mongkholchai Business Partnership Limited, is a workshop which sells iron and aluminum. One of the rooms laid a corpse of Mr. Soonthra Phimmasane, 29, lying in a puddle of blood with a swollen skull. Police sent the corpse to perform an autopsy at the Institute of Forensic Medicine for further details. Investigation shows before the incident witnesses told police Mr. Soonthra (Victim) was with 4-5 friends and drank liquor together.

Drinking led to an argument about who had worked longer hours or less, the argument which led to a fight Mr. Soonthra was punched to his face 1 time by Mr. Chatmongkhol Phothiphong, 30, while not knowing what Mr. Chatmongkhol has done he ran away. Other friends in the scene were trying to help Mr. Soonthra up but seeing him in a pool of blood led the so called friends to a panic and left Mr. Soonthra. Police are now undergoing a manhunt for Mr. Chatmongkhol for his arrest.

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