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30 August 2016 :: 08:08:57 am 115417

Foreign Motorbike Gang Aimed To Crash Pattaya Police

Pattaya policeman was collided by teenager who intended to crash him. Luckily, people could catch troublemakers.
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PATTAYA – August 29,2016 [PattayaDailyNews]; at 14.00pm Pol Lt Prasithboon Coonprasit, deputy inspector, was notified that his subordinate was collided by a foreign motorcyclist and the incident took place near Dolphin circle. He was accompanied with rescue team to the scene.

 

At the location they found Pol Sen Sgt Maj Somsri Sima who suffered broken left shoulder ; therefore, they initially performed first aid on him before hospitalising. In addition, the local people caught Mr Mohammad Dhaifallah Abaullah Alfadhli aged 19 and Mr Badr H.A.Y. Alahmad Student aged 19 with a motorcycle and they are Kuwait nationals.

 

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Pol Maj Woraphan Kaewmorakot revealed that they were on duty at police box, then these teenagers who were hopping motorcycle mocked the officers and they also challenged the officers to catch them. The officers walked to inspect them but they rode away; therefore, the officers decided to chase them. He himself tried to catch them but they rode so fast so he contacted team to stop them.

 

After that Pol Sen Sgt Maj Somsri saw them riding so he tried to stop them but Mr Mohammad collided him. Luckily, local people could catch them.

 

Initially, the suspects didn’t say anything and they seemed to not regret what they did. The officers estimated that these teenagers might be dissatisfied because Pattaya police just cracked down Middle East motorcycle gang in Pattaya recently. However, they would be filed on charge of riding with recklessness according to Thai law.

Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Crime News

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