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20 March 2013 :: 16:03:41 pm 73073

Bad Bus Drivers Steal From Passengers During Trips

Tourism police arrested two coach bus drivers who pierced a wall behind them on the bus, creating a hole to crawl into the luggage compartment and steal foreigners’ properties. The two suspects also tested positive for methamphetamine use.
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TOURIST POLICE DIVISION – March 19, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 4:20 p.m., the arrests of two suspects on charges of stealing other people’s properties was announced at the division 1 room by Pol. Maj. Gen Roy Inkapairote, tourist police commander, with the police team.

The suspects were identified as Mr.Pachara Kongpara, 44 years old, and Mr.Kraiyuth Pongsuwichetsak, 46 years old, the coach bus drivers of a traveling company. They were arrested at Phra Atit Road, Chanasongkram, Phra Nakorn. Police seized an electronic card of Robo Bank, and a black Live Venture bag from the suspects.

Pol. Maj. Gen. Roy said the police were first notified earlier that day at 5.30 a.m. of the crime. The tourist police had received complaints from several tourists who had been victimized. The victims said there were some criminals mixed in with the coach bus staff who had stolen their property.

From their investigation, the police discovered the drivers were the main suspects. The drivers had pierced the wall behind them at the front of the bus, which was next to the luggage container compartment. Then one of the drivers secretly crawled into the compartment to search through passenger belongings and steal property.

After arresting them, the police took the suspects to have urine tests, which tested positive for drugs. The suspects confessed that they had each used a half-tablet of meth for the bus trip. While they were on the trip, the bus two drivers would use the opportunity when the passengers were sleeping or careless, for Mr. Pachara to crawl through the hole and steal their properties.

The police informed the suspects that they would be initially charged with illegally having another person’s electronic card, causing damage to other people or the public, and possessing and consuming a Type-1 Drug (amphetamine) while driving. Police then sent them to the detective officers at Chanasongkram police station to prosecute.

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