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19 October 2014 :: 09:10:16 am 93025

Big Loan Shark Gang Arrested In Rayong

Police in Rayong have arrested a big loan shark gang consisting of 14 defendants and property, 2 cars, 6 pick-up trucks, 23 mobile phones, cash 100,000 THB, bankbooks with cash flow showing over 10 million THB in daily circulation.
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RAYONG – October 17, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at Rayong Provincial Police Division, Pol.Lt.Gen. Thanet Phinmueang-ngarm (Commissioner, Section 2) and Pol.Maj.Gen. Chettha Komonwatthana (Commander, Section 2), Pol.Col. Monthian Phan-im (Deputy Commander of Rayong Provincial Police Station), Pol.Col. Suraphon Mongkhonyuth (Superintendent of Rayong Provincial Police Station), Pol.Col. Tharnnawat Theerachotrueangchai (Superintendent of Mueang Rayong police station) together made a statement about the arrest of 14 defendants which consisted of

1. Mrs. Nittaya Chaipanya, aged 36, residing at house no. 37, Soi Rangsit Pathumthani 12 Soi 9, Tambon Prachathipat, Amphur Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani province,

2. Mr. Amphornsak Jaemphon, aged 33, residing at house no. 495, Moo 10 Tambon Hu Chang, Amphur Ban Rai, Uthai Thani province,

3. Mr. Prasit Noppharat, aged 36, residing at house no. 236, Moo 11 Tambon Wang Ta Khian, Amphur King Nong Ma Mo, Chai Nat province,

4. Mr. Ekkarat Kamonwet, aged 28, residing at house no. 17, Soi Ransit Pathumthani 13, Tambon Prachathipat, Amphur Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani province,

5. Mr. Suthat Jaikla, aged 39, residing at house no. 210, Moo 7 Tambon Chum Phuang, Amphur Chum Phuang, Nakhon Ratchasima province,

6. Mr. Athitphong Phengnu, aged 33, residing at house no. 83/2, Tambon Wat Sing, Amphur Wat Sing, Chai Nat province,

7. Mr. Santhat Thongpheng, aged 31, residing at house no. 57, Moo 10 Tambon Den Yai, Amphur Han Kha, Chai Nat province,

8. Mr. Thaweesak Phuangthong, aged 33, residing at house no. 85 Moo 12, Tambon Ta Look Du, Amphur Thapthan, Uthai Thani province,

9. Mr. Saensak Kohklang, aged 29, residing at house no. 191, Moo 6 Tambon Khao Chon Kan, Amphur Mae Wong, Nakhon Sawan,

10. Mr. Khamwan Sueb-sa-noh, aged 32, residing at house no. 58, Moo 2 Tambon Phaeng Yai, Amphur Lao Suea Kok, Ubon Ratchathani province,

11. Mr. Withun Jansri, aged 31, residing at house no. 46/2, Moo 2 Tambon Lan Sak, Amphur Lan Sak, Uthai Thani province,

12. Mr. Kittisak Thongphoon, aged 29, residing at house no. 73, Moo 5 Tambon Ban Mai Khlong Khian, Amphur Ban Rai, Uthai Thani province,

13. Mr. Thanothai Sophonsak, aged 30, residing at house no. 4/6 Moo 9, Tambon Nong Nang Nuan, Amphur Nong Chang, Uthai Thani province and

14. Mr. Uthai Khanthachit, aged 39, residing at house no. 13, Moo 2 Tambon Nong Bua, Amphur Nikhom Nam Un, Sakon Nakhon province, together with exhibits of 27 items of properties, 2 sheets of documents, 10 centre accounts, 14 phones, 10 cars and motorbikes, 100,000 THB, 23 mobile phones, 1 iPad, over 10 bankbooks, over 10 car registration manuals and license plates, 6 calculators, 6 pick-up trucks, 2 cars, 2 motorbikes, and bank accounts which showed over 10 million THB in daily circulation.

 

Pol.Lt.Gen. Thanet Phinmueang-ngarm (Commissioner, Section 2) said that his detective police team, Section 2 and detective police in the area had clamped down and arrest the illegal loan sharks who operated via a company that had sub-branches in various areas of Rayong province. They had collected loan interest with higher rates than the law specified and assigned work for each section as follows: an accounting division would collect all debts, loan division would collect loan interest which and there was a branch manager who was assigned by groups of capitalists, accountants who did accounting for loan funding (fundraising) which they would gather all documents of each debtor such as name lists of borrowers-guarantors, identification cards of borrowers-guarantors, loan contracts, co-investment contract, bankbooks with various transactions of transferred money.

 

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The detective police team, section 2, had received complaints from a group of people that were the capitalists who smuggled to provide loan shark in area of Rayong province and stayed at Preecha Private Beach village, no. 183/373 Moo 9 Tambon Taphong, Amphur Mueang, Rayong province, so they asked for a search warrant from Rayong Provincial Court. The gang had provided loans with an interest rate of 20% per day which they would provide principle loans to each borrower of 10,000 THB and the debt collectors would collect 500 THB per day (totally 12,000 THB for 24 days) then submitted all the money to Mrs. Nittaya Chaipanya who was a defendant that operated a business of loan shark illegally then she would submit all the money to Mrs. Nittaya Noeykham (a big capitalist) further.

 

All defendants were charged with allegations of providing loans to other people without permission and collecting higher interest rates than the law specified. The police detained all the defendants and sent them to the inquiry official of Mueang Rayong police station to be prosecuted further according to the Thai law.

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