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Pattaya Daily News

03 October 2012 :: 14:10:18 pm 67119

Big Reward Offered For Navy Man’s Killer

A reward of 30,000 THB has been offered to help capture the son of a Sattahip village chief, after he fatally shot a sailor in a drunken dispute at a bar. The 21-year-old gunman yelled that he wanted to go to jail before shooting the sailor. However, the suspect fled the scene afterwards.
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SATTAHIP – October 2, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 2 p.m., a reward of 30,000 THB to help find a young man who killed a sailor was announced at the investigation room of the Sattahip police station, Amphur Sattahip, Chonburi province.

The announcement was made by Pol. Col. Chonnapat Nawalak, Superintendent, Sattahip police station; together with Pol. Lt. Col. Prakorb Saengpring, Deputy Superintendent; Pol. Lt. Col. Niphon Pomsanarm, Deputy Superintendent; Pol. Lt. Col. Thapanat Chayanphat, Inspector; Pol. Lt. Narate Boonthee, Inspector on duty; and the representative of the Navy public relations department.

The suspect, identified as Mr. Pratya Leangton or Flook, age 21, is the son of Mr. Jaru Leangton, nickname Ting, age 45, the chief of Sattahip village Moo 7.

On September 26, at 12:15 a.m., Mr. Pratya allegedly used a .38 caliber pistol to fatally shoot Petty Officer First Class Montri Poothapreuk, age 26, a technician of Longlom Royal boat in the Royal Thai Fleet.

The victim was shot in his head and his body, and died in the parking lot of a pub in Baan Taotarn community, Moo 3 Tambon Sattahip, Amphur Sattahip, Chonburi province.

Pol. Col. Chonnapat Nawalak, Superintendent, Sattahip police station, revealed the status of the case, which charges both father and son with premeditated murder. The Sattahip police station had requested the warrant from Pattaya provincial court to arrest Mr. Pratya for the murder.

Police have set up a reward to capture the suspect for 30,000 THB, which will be given to anyone who provides information to the police leading to Mr. Pratya’s arrest. People with information may contact the Sattahip police station, or call the telephone number 038-438183.

The incident took place after the victim got drunk at a farewell party for a naval officer at the pub, and then bumped into the table where the village chief was sitting. An argument erupted, and the chief, Mr. Jaru, pointed a gun at the victim and threatened to kill him. After the victim pleaded for his life, Mr. Jaru lowered his gun. However, Mr. Jaru’s subordinates then beat Mr. Montri in the parking lot. Then Mr. Jaru’s son, Mr. Pratay, screamed that he wanted to go to jail and fatally shot Mr. Montri.

After the incident occurred, Mr. Jaru came to the police station to surrender himself to the police. But the village chief initially denied all of the accusations, and used his position to bail out of jail to fight the case.

Meanwhile his son Mr. Pratya escaped after killing the sailor, and is still at large. Mr. Jaru told police he does not know where his son is, and they have not contacted each other since the night of the incident.

Pol. Col. Chonnapat Nawalak would like to inform the relatives of the victim as well as the Navy that the Sattahip police station is handling the case methodically according to the law, and are not neglecting the case.

The Sattahip police have mobilized forces with the Navy law enforcement units to chase the gunman to be prosecuted as soon as possible. The police commander expected to arrest the fugitive killer within the next 48 hours.

Volatile Son Of Sattahip Village Chief Kills Navy Man

A 26-year-old navy man was killed in a minor drunken dispute at a Sattahip bar that turned deadly. The victim had bumped the table of the village head in the bar. The navy man was later beaten by the chief’s underlings. The chief’s son then yelled he wanted to be in jail and shot the victim.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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