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05 May 2013 :: 14:05:31 pm 74362

Gas Station Attendants Fueled Up With Meth

Four workers at a Sattahip LPG station were arrested for consuming meth pills on the job. People had complained to the sheriff that the workers were openly using drugs and scaring customers with their drugged behavior.
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SATTAHIP – May 3, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; The arrests of four gas station attendants for using meth were coordinated by Mr. Phawat Lertmukda, Sattahip district sheriff, and Mr.Chawat Teptup, security general director, who brought forces from the National Command Center for Drugs or NCCD special operations, to help make the arrests.

The suspects worked at the LPG station at J junction, moo 9, Sattahip, Sattahip, Chonburi. Police were responding to complaints that the gas attendants were using drugs openly. An investigation revealed that four pump attendants were using meth in the station toilet without fear.

An adult suspect was arrested, identified as Mr. Kritsada Jarenram, 33 years old. Also arrested were two 17-year-old boys and a 15-year-old boy. The authorities subjected them to urine tests, and the results showed a purple color, indicating the presence of meth.

So the authorities detained them to investigate to expand the case and find others in the drug network. During questioning, Mr. Kritsada admitted obtaining the meth for his young co-workers. He bought the meth from a “Mr. Bang,” who lived in Bangsare.

Mr. Kritsada would buy 2 tablets each time, which he divided with his teen co-workers to use in the toilet. They consumed the meth to stimulate their day and create a feeling of ecstasy, he said.

Sattahip sheriff Mr. Phawat Lertmukda said that a lot of people came to complain to police that the staff of this gas station used meth. They said the drugged workers made problems and scared people who came for the service. So the sheriff came to arrest all the staff.

After logging information on the suspects for their records, police called the parents of the teens. They were informed that the boys will be sent to the behavior adjusting camp so they can return as good citizens in society.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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