Pattaya Daily News

22 July 2014 :: 01:07:37 am 90167

Drug Crazed Cambodians Force Captain Ashore

The captain of “Phithakmongkhon” squid fishing boat was threatened with his life by 5 amphetamine addicted Cambodian crew members who wanted to go ashore to buy more drugs.
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SATTAHIP – July 21, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 8.00 a.m., Mr. Phawat Lertmookda (Sattahip sheriff, Chonburi Province) together with Mr. Chawat Thepthap (Deputy District Chief of Security Division), Mr. Banjerd Janthet (village headman of village no. 1, Samae San) and forces of special operation officers of National Command Centre for Combating Drugs (NCCD), Amphur Sattahip, had together arrested 5 alien workers, Cambodian nationality, that were the crews of “Phithakmongkhon” squid fishing boat, which consisted of Mr. Nueng, aged 35 (the head of gang), Mr. Serd, aged 22, Mr. Nat, aged 23, Mr. Nak, aged 25 and Mr. Song, aged 30, with the allegation of consuming amphetamines, smuggling to enter into the city illegally and using weapons to threaten with the intention to murder.

 

Mr. Banjerd Janthet (a village headman of village no. 1, Samae San) said that he was informed by the master (captain) of “Phithakmongkhon” squid fishing boat that he had been threatened by 5 Cambodian crew members (which Mr. Nueng was the head of gang) they threatened to kill him if he didn’t sail the boat ashore in order for them to go and buy more amphetamines. The captain of the boat was afraid of being murdered because all 5 crews were delirious (mad/insane) so he quickly sailed the boat ashore before contacting Sattahip police to come and arrest them. Once arrested they were sent to the inquiry official of Sattahip police station to be prosecuted further according to the Thai law.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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