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27 November 2009 :: 13:11:51 pm 8301

American National Arrested For The Rape Of His Daughter

A known American sex offender has been caught at his house in Pattaya following an extensive police investigation. The American man is wanted by the American FBI in relation to the repeated rape of his young daughter.
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Pattaya, November 20009 [Pattaya Daily News]: Police Lieutenant General Wut Liptaphanlop recently ordered and investigation to begin for the apprehension of a known sex offender who is believed to be hiding in Thailand.

The offender, Mr. Karl Linn Collet age 59 (American national), has been accused of repeatedly raping his young daughter. Mr Collet is believed to have fled the US for Thailand in order to avoid prosecution. Californian courts have issued an arrest warrant against him on the 18th of December 2008 for the charge of, “un-consensual sexual intercourse with a minor, aged less than 14 years old.”

Police Investigations

Police Major General Pricha, through extensive communications with the FBI managed to assertain that the suspect, Mr Collet was wanted in relation to the repeated rape of his daughter over a period of no less than 6 years, since she was the age of 13. The shocking events are alleged to have taken place in a house in Irvine, California. Major General Pricha also discovered upon investigation that Mr Collet had already been blacklisted from entering the Kingdom of Thailand in relation to the matter.

Despite the blacklist Major General Pricha along with a team of investigative officers discovered that Mr Collet had managed to gain entry into the Kingdom on the 18th of July 2003. It is believed that the Californian police were hot on Mr Collet’s trail at the time that he decided to flee. It was also discovered through investigation that Mr Collet has remarried to a Thai lady and has fathered another child, believed to be 4 years old at present.

Mr Collet has applied on several occasions for residency in Thailand, with the intention of residing in the Kingdom for life. It is now known that he has a visa which is valid until the 18th of July 2010 and that he regularly relocates to different locations in an attempt to avoid police capture.

Finally as a result of police investigations it was discovered that Mr Collet was currently residing in the Banglamung district of Chon-Buri. Where it is believed he is involved with the manufacturing of wooden house furniture, buying his materials from local shops and with the help of a carpenter creating house furniture which they then sell.

Police Close-in On Their Suspect

After investigating the local area and inquiring at various wood sellers a witness informed police officers that an American man fitting the description given, had been living in the Thepprasit area for the past 2 years, but had recently moved. Further investigations in the local vicinity revealed that Mr Collet had recently moved to a rented house at 54/70 Moo 11, Pattaya.

On the 18th of November 2009, police officers investigating the case went around to the aforementioned residence finding and arresting their suspect Mr Collet. When questioned at the scene Mr Collet admitted to the accusations that were made against him, and agreed that he was the person that the FBI had been after. Police officers at the scene informed Mr Collet of the charges that he faces before taking him back to the station where he will await further judicial proceedings to commence before he is deported back to America for trial.

The Police Conclusion

Police Major General Pricha stated that the case was a sad story involving and American national that had been accused of the repeated rape of his 13 year old daughter, who subsequently avoided capture by fleeing to Thailand. The fugitive then proceeded to allude both the FBI and the Thai police for over 6 years, even managing to remarry and have another child to a Thai woman (who was unaware of the mans past).

As a result of this recent case, Police Major General Pricha issued a warning to all Thai women who were considering marrying to a foreigner to be careful that they are fully aware of the mans previous life. Further to that Major General Pricha ordered that all outstanding international warrants be followed up so that the individuals can be deported back to their home country for trial.

This was Major General Pricha’s last case before he is due to leave the department in order to become a Public Security Officer.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : PDN staff   Category : Crime News

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