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27 July 2012 :: 15:07:53 pm 65292

College Coed Entraps Two Drug-Dealing Moms

Police used a drug-dealing college freshman they had arrested a day earlier to set up her dealers in a sting operation. The two arrested dealers were mothers with infant babies. They claimed they needed the money to care for their children, and offered a 150,000 THB bribe to police for their release, which was rejected.
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SATTAHIP – July 26, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 3 p.m., the arrests of two drug-dealing mothers were announced by Mr. Phawat Lertmukda, Sattahip sheriff; with Chawat Teptup, permanent secretary of security division; Ms. Radjai Banditsin, head of the district of Sattahip; and the special officers from the National Command Center of Drugs of Sattahip.

The suspects were identified as Mrs.Pornpant Tasanon, or “Jung,” age 27, living at house number 25, moo 8, Huai-Yai, Banglamung, Chonburi; and Ms. Jarinporn Thongplang, or “Jeab,” age 32, living at house number 48/27, moo7 Nongprue, Banglamoong Chonburi, both mothers of infants.

They were both charged with possessing a Type-1 drug (methamphetamine) for selling and distribution. The seized evidences included 200 pills of meth, 15,000 in baht notes used for entrapment, four cell phones, and related evidence from house number 26/77, behind soi Wat Tep Prasit, moo 4, Sattahip, Sattahip Chonburi.

The sheriff said the latest arrests stemmed from the previous arrest of a college coed who had been selling methamphetamine to pay for her college tuition. Police then used the girl to entrap the two drug-dealing moms. The girl was given 15,000 baht by police to buy 200 of amphetamine pills from the house behind soi wat Tep Prasit, where the moms kept the drugs.

After their arrests, the women went into shock, crying loudly and then bowing to the police, begging for their release. The desperate moms claimed they had no one to look after their babies and offered a 150,000-baht bribe for their release. But the police refused the bribe. They brought them in for questioning, then sent them to the investigation officers.

The two moms confessed they received their meth from a bigger dealer called “Je” Dang, 40, in Toonglaharn village Huai-yai, Banglamung. They said that “Je” is a Chinese word used to address an elder sister.
After buying the drugs from “Je,” the moms then resold the drugs to the college coed and others. The money they earned from drug dealing was double their existing income, and they needed the extra money to care for their infant children, they said.

College Coed Fails To Pass A Drug Sting

A female university student who had been selling drugs to pay for her tuition was arrested by police. She was caught with 12 methamphetamine pills stashed in her bra in a police sting operation. Police are also closing in to arrest a major drug dealer in Sattahip who supplied her the drugs.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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