Pattaya Daily News

04 March 2009 :: 15:03:00 pm 9470

A Busy Night For Pattaya Police

It has certainly been a busy night for Pattaya’s law officers as the following 3 reports demonstrate.
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Slot Machine Gambling

On 4th March 2009 Pattaya police raided the “U-domAek” restaurant where they found gamblers playing on a slot machine.

Pattaya Deputy Investigator, Pol.Lt.Col. Sutam Chowsrithong, was tipped off about the illegal activity at the restaurant, located at 201 / 57/58 in Soi Sunee, behind Wat Chai TempleeMarket, Moo. 10 Nongprue, Banglamung, and rushed with his team to investigate.

At the back of the premises, which also operated Karaoke, police found a slot machine and two gamblers, Mr. Nikorn Padglang[20] and Mr. Pinyo Laidomchorn [27] who were caught red-handed playing the machine.

The police arrested them and confiscated the machine as evidence.

Mr. Sutep Sriyum [35], the owner of the restaurant, confessed to all charges and police took him to the police station for further processing


Baht bus Pick Pocket

On the same night at 02.40 am, Pattaya Deputy Investigator Pol.Lt. Sadayu Karnjanawiratch , was informed by a municipal official that a thief had been arrested in a baht bus.

A police team rushed to the scene in front of Siam Bayshore, Walking Street, Moo. 10, Nongprue, Banglamung where they found Miss. Tookata Cho Jung [25], a flower and chewing gum seller, being detained by Mr. Kirinollgsov Maksim [33], a tourist, and his two friends.

The tourists said they were riding on a baht bus together with the flower seller. Mr. Maksim said Miss. Tookata was begging to sell her items and she managed to steal 3000 baht from him. Before she left the bus, he and his friends noticed her suspicious behaviour and they then prevented her from getting away and informed the police. Miss Tookata, who is addicted to Yah Bah, confessed that she had been arrested many times before. The police took her to the police station and would bring her to justice.


Street Vendors cleaned up at Walking Street

Finally, At 04.20 am, Pattaya Tourist Police Investigator Pol. Lt.Col. Anan Aun Suwan, led his team, including 20 volunteer police, to block off many of the Sois in Walking Street. Their purpose was to clean up the area of Lady Boys, flower vendors , beggars and other illegal operators who had been the subject of many complaints from tourists.

 

 

 

They managed to arrest more than 50 people, including 3 beggars [3-12 year-old kids], 3 Lady Boys from Laos and 4 photographers with their monkeys. The rest were street vendors.

They were squeezed into a truck and taken to the Pattaya Police Station for further processing.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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