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25 June 2013 :: 17:06:19 pm 75612

Foreign Businessman Almost Killed By A Pattaya Mafia

A Pattaya mafia kidnapped an Estonian business after he refused to pay for his condo. Luckily, Pattaya City police officers were able to rescue the Estonian. Additionally, police officers were also able to arrest 3 mafia gang member who were Thai and foreign nationals.
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PATTAYA – June 24, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 03.00 PM, Police Lt. Colonel Kiatisak Satongoi of Pattaya City police station was informed that a group of suspects used 3 cars to assault a foreigner and kidnap him at the Ocean Pearl condo. An investigation team was dispatched to the scene and all traffic police officers in Pattaya were informed to watch out for the 3 cars.

Not long after the police took care of incident, a Honda Accord and City car that was described was found driving at a high-speed in North Pattaya, heading to Sukhumvit Rd. As soon as traffic police officers saw the cars, they ordered to stop the cars. Inside the car, police found 3 men in the Honda Accord car. Two of the men were later identified as suspects who were identified as 52 year-old Mr. Serko Irohin, a Russian national, and 40 year-old Worawat

Assawadetpongsaton. The man who was kidnapped was later identified as Mr. Janek Kisalu, an Estonian national. Reports say that Mr. Janek’s face was heavily bruised and wounded. After carefully inspecting the cars, police found syringes, hammers, tasers and cocaine, which were all seized by police officers. Within the Honda City car, police found 41 year-old Alexander Trujilo, a Peruvian national. All three suspects were later moved to Pattaya City police station for further questioning.

Initially the three men were charged for assault, kidnapping and drug possession. As for the other 3 suspects that were able to get away, police are now working hard to track them down.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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