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10 April 2015 :: 07:04:46 am 101050

Drug Dealers Caught Red Handed

Pattaya police have arrested a group of drug dealers who bought and sold drugs from each other to sell in Pattaya.
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PATTAYA – April 9,2015 [PattayaDailyNews]; at 13.00 pm Pol.Col.Suwichan Yankittikhun-deputy commander of Chonburi-, Pol.Col.Suktad Pumpanmuang-superintendent of Pattaya police station-, Pol.Lt.Col.Sompan Suksamran-deputy superintendent-, Pol.Lt.Col.Pawatchai Sudsakorn-deputy superintendent- and police officers made a statement about the arrest of 2 drug dealers ,Mr.Payup Suetrong aged 31, Mr.Sutipong Krommuang aged 22 who were caught with 170 grams of methamphetamine and 1,500 amphetamine pills. Previously the police were notified by a spy that they were living in a house in Karnkeha village. At the house the officers found Mr.Sutthipong who had a pack of methamphetamine in his pocket. In addition, the officers found Mr Payup putting drugs into small bags ready to be sold. They were both then taken to the police station.


Upon questioning them they said that they had ordered the drugs from another dealer who would meet them in the woods on the edge of the road in Central Pattaya. The officer then rushed to the scene where they arrested 2 more suspects identified as Mr.Wekin Sakulpat aged 51 and Mr.Noppol Mahappa aged 26.


Later the officers had questioned them and they revealed that they were just small dealers who ordered the drugs from Mr,Noppol. The officers then ordered some drugs from him and arrested him in a coffee shop next to Friend Ship department store.


However, the police officers prosecuted all of them for drug possession and are now waiting a court appearance.

Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Crime News

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