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11 February 2014 :: 13:02:51 pm 82193

A Savage Drug Addicted Husband Kills His Wife

The police have arrested a savage drug addicted husband who killed his wife in the gutter by breaking her neck. The defendant confessed that he was angry because his wife wouldn’t have sex with him before he was sent to prison for attempted murder.
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SUPHAN BURI – February 10, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 10.00 a.m. Pol. Lt. Sombat Samreanram (Investigation officer of Song Phee Nong police station, Suphanburi province) was notified that there was a corpse of a woman in the gutter beside a rice field at Ban Nong Na, Moo 5 Tambon Don Manao, so he rushed to inspect the scene together with Pol. Col. Sumeth Soonthorn (Superintendent of Song Phee Nong police station), Pol. Lt. Col. Kiettikhun Pinyakhoon (Deputy Superintendent), Pol. Lt. Col. Sukrit Wisitchanachai (Inspector), Pol. Maj. Khongsak Srihon (Inspector), Pol. Lt. Somphong Pholsorn (Deputy Inspector), detective police team, the doctor on duty of the 17th Somdej Phrasangkharach hospital and the rescuers of Song Phee Nong foundation.

At the incident in the gutter on the side of the road close to the rice field the officers found the corpse of Miss Natthaporn Yaemdonphrai or Maem, aged 40, address 208 Moo 5 Tambon Don Manao,. The doctor performed a post-mortem examination and found that her neck was fractured and had been dead approximately 20 hours from asphyxiation.

Upon initially investigation the deceased’s friend told police that before the incident occurred on February 9, 2014 Miss Natthaporn (the deceased) and Mr. Seksan Juraboon, aged 37, (her husband) went off together until the morning of February 10, 2014 Mr. Seksan called her and told her that he had killed his wife and threw her in the gutter close to the rice field then he fled to stay at a hotel. Therefore she rushed to inform the rescuers of Song Phee Nong foundation to search for the corpse and notified the police.

Mr. Seksan confessed to the murder and was taken away by police to be prosecuted further according to Thai law.

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