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08 January 2010 :: 14:01:10 pm 4970

Drug crazed man stabs brother to death

On the morning of 7th January 2010 a man died from stab wounds at the Banglamung Hospital. He had apparently been attacked by his brother in a drug induced rage.
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Banglamung police were notified at 7.00 am and investigator Police Lieutenant Prasit Lekdee and his team went immediately to the hospital where they found the victim, Mr. Suriya Shamjantuk [27] from Nongprue, Chonburi, whose body was covered in multiple stab wounds. His skull had also suffered serious trauma.

The incident occurred outside a repair garage in Soi Baan Mab Sorng, Norng Yai, Moo 11, Nonngprue, Banglamung, Chonburi, where the police discovered a massive amount of blood on the ground outside the building. A bloodstained 20cm long knife was lying nearby together with a 20 kg steel ladder, also covered in blood. Both items were kept as evidence.

A witness to the event, Mr. Phithak Phuanglek [19] (a garage staff member), told police he had heard a quarrel in front of the garage, and when he went to see what was going on he saw two men fighting – the deceased and his brother, Mr. Bancha Shamjantuk (28), who seemed to be in a crazed state, possibly from drugs. Mr. Bancha then drew a knife and proceeded to stab his brother in the face and body until he fell to the ground in a pool of blood. After that he grabbed a steel ladder which was lying nearby and, in a frenzy, used it to batter his brother’s body.

   

Mr. Bancha then escaped to his house, some 50 meters away, at no. 13/40, Moo 11 where police found him sitting in just his underpants muttering to himself incomprehensibly in an apparently mentally disturbed state.

Mrs. Suphansa Shamjantuk [31], Mr. Bancha’s sister, told police that Mr. Bancha had been addicted to Yabba for 2 years. His behaviour had previously showed signs of drug abuse and he had sometimes damaged belongings in the house but he had never hurt anyone before.

Police arrested Mr. Bancha and allowed him to calm down before being examined by doctors. Investigations into the case will continue.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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