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20 July 2011 :: 18:07:07 pm 56336

Cars Owned by Politicians Fired at During a Thank You Party

There was shooting incident at the local politicians thank you party in Banglamung. The politicitian who held the party assumed that the shooting was caused by a political conflict of interest.
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Pattaya, July 19, 2011 (PDN) Pol.Lt. Col. Issaranuwat Jongapichaikul, Banglamung Police was informed of a shooting incident leading to the damage of three cars at Mitrmongkol shop,Sukhumvit Road in Banglamung. The police team rushed to the scene.

At the scene where 100 guest attended a Chinese style party the police found three damaged cars; a Totota Altis, registration, Ko Wor 7886 Chonburi which was was shot in the windshild. The vehicle belonging to Mr Nusit Srideang, 50. Also a Mitsubishi Triton, registration Yor-Chor 7804, Bangkok belonging to Ms Yoawared Weruwararak, 32. And a Toyota Fortuner, registration Kor 5270 Chonburi which was shot in the rear, the tail-light and the side window. The vehicle belonging to Mr Sakol Ponlukin, 34, the former counselor of the Nongprue Mayor.

Mr Sakol stated that he and his twin brother who will be the Pattaya Senator attended the party which was held by Act.Sub.Lt. Jarewat Shinawat, 46, a member of Banglamung Municipal Senate. He did not know the actual cause of the shooting and claimed he did not have a conflict with anyone.

Act.Sub.Lt. Jarewat reported to the police that he held the dinner function to thank the local people who supported him for the last election. During the function 4-5 teen suspects rode their motorbikes past the party and fired shots at the cars before fleeing the scene. Mr Jarewat assumed that the incident was caused by local political conflicts as his group had won many seats in the last election. In addition, he claimed he was treatened by phone calls and his assistant was also injured.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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