Pattaya Daily News

14 November 2012 :: 15:11:37 pm 68471

Brawling Pattaya Punks Meet Again In Hospital

A street brawl between two groups of youths erupted in gunfire, with four youths from one group taken to Banglamung hospital. In the I.C.U. unit, they encountered one of the rival youths, who was also injured. They began arguing again, but arriving police restored order.
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PATTAYA – November 13, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 6:30 a.m. a report of a street brawl among teens, with several injured by gunshots was received by Pol. Lt. Col. Veeravuth Meelai, investigation officer, Pattaya police station, from the radio center of Banglamung police station.

The injured teens were taken to the I.C.U. room of Banglamung hospital in Tambon Na Kleu. The responding officer went to the hospital with Pol. Col. Thammanoon Munkong, Superintendent, Pattaya police station; and a detective police team and inspector police.

When arriving at the I.C.U. room, police found one victim, “Mr. Songkran” (alias), age 18, with a torn mouth and tongue from being punched. He had been riding his motorbike with a passenger who reportedly had a gun and fired shots at the other youths. So the police detained Mr. Songkran for investigation.

Meanwhile, four other people from the rival group that had fought Mr. Songkran’s group were also being treated in the same I.C.U unit. The most seriously injured was Mr. Saharat Deelert, age 19, who was shot with an unknown caliber gun in his right leg. He was being operated on by a doctor.

Mr. Saharat’s three other injured friends were identified as: Mr. Peerapat or Max Srisomya, age 20, who was slapped by the gun at his head until it was broken; Mr. Bell Patpho, age 23, who was scraped by a bullet on his face; and Mr. Manop or Ord Sripai, age 25, who was slightly injured.

During questioning by police, Mr. Manop said before incident occurred, he and his younger friends had traveled in a group of 8 people to visit the MC2 pub in the middle of Soi 4 in south Pattaya.

They drank liquor and were dancing enjoyably, but then they got into a quarrel and tried to fight with 5 teenagers in the nearby table. However, the pub security guard came to forbid them to fight, and let them separate to return back home.

Mr. Manop and his friends left the pub on their motorbikes, but when they were in front of the Pattaya Navy Commercial School, the rival group that wanted to fight in the pub had followed them and shouted to scold at them.

Then the passenger of Mr. Songkran motorbike took out his gun and tried to shoot at them, but his gun was out of order. So instead the passenger pulled the neck of Mr. Peerapat and used his gun to slap Mr. Peerapat’s head until it was broken.

So Mr. Manop and his friends parked their motorbikes and together started to punch the rival group members. But then another rival group member took out his gun to shoot Mr. Saharat, who got shot in his leg. So Mr. Manop’s group stopped fighting and hurried to bring their injured friends to the hospital.

Meanwhile, Mr. Songkran from the rival group was lying on the ground injured, after being was punched by youths in Mr. Manop’s group. He suffered a torn mouth and tongue. He was lying down to ask for assistance from the good people at the incident.

Then Mr. Songkran’s relatives arrived to take him to Banglamung hospital. But by coincidence, in the same I.C.U. unit, Mr. Songran encountered the other injured youths from the rival group.

So they began quarreling again, until the officer of the hospital notified Banglamung police, who coordinated with Pattaya police to come to inspect the scene. Police then restrained the suspects.

Pol. Lt. Col. Veeravuth Meelai commanded the detective police team to gather and investigate the other members of Mr. Manop’s group to get more information on the gunmen.

As for Mr. Songkran, the police seized him for investigation because his motorbike passenger was one of the gunmen. Police expected that they will be able to arrest the gunmen from his group soon.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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