Pattaya Daily News

10 February 2015 :: 23:02:15 pm 98282

Chonburi Locals Lynched Army Soldier Due To Missunderstanding

Chonburi locals together lynched a soldier as they misunderstood that he was a robber within property of a local resident, a 20-year-old woman, but actually they were lovers who had a quarrel and a man’s hand (soldier's) accidentally pulled a woman’s gold necklace and torn it apart.
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PATTAYA – February 9, 2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 12:30 AM, Pol. Col. Chonnaphat Nawalak (Superintendent of Banglamung police station, Chonburi province) was notified that a Thai woman property was robbed and that locals detained the villain. Incident occurred in Soi 1 Wat Tharmsamakkee, Moo 13 Tambon Nong Prue, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province, so he commanded Pol. Capt. Theeraphong Ong-ard (Deputy Inspector) to intervene crime scene together with other forces of the police team.

 

At an incident point the police found they detained a male troublemaker which was identified as Private Atthaphon Preechasri, aged 23, team unit of the 29th Cavalry Squadron, King’s Royal Guard, where he was severely injured with the swollen face and contusions on the head. The officers found exhibits of 1 chopper (cleaver) and 1 gold necklace weight 1 salueng which Miss Pimpira Jomprakhon (victim), aged 20, was owner.

 

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Miss Pimpira told the police that she is a girlfriend to Private Atthaphon already some period, and the incident occurred after she went to pick up Private Atthaphon at a military camp in Bangkok, after they came back to Pattaya together but on the way to their residence they quarreled violently and her furious boyfriend pulled her hair and attempted to slap her face but his hand accidentally pulled her gold necklace until it was torn apart. In that moment, Miss Pimpira extremely felt regret, so she shouted to ask for assistance from the locals. Therefore, the locals who lived nearby misunderstood that it was a robbery incident because Private Atthaphon had taken out a chopper to threaten his girlfriend, so locals attacked him until he was unable to run from severe injuries.

 

After initial investigation the police detained Private Atthaphon in Banglamung police station and questioned Miss Pimpira whether she wanted the police to prosecute Private Atthaphon or not but Miss Pimpira replied that she did not want to take legal action with her boyfriend at all. It was just an accidental situation. Therefore, the officer made a daily note record for evidence before letting them go back home to reconcile with each other.

 

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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