Pattaya Daily News

02 October 2010 :: 17:10:09 pm 41757

German Arrested in Pattaya over Child Abuse Accusations

On Friday Child & Woman Protection police arrested a German national in Pattaya using a warrant gained after accusations of his sexual relations with a child under 13 years old was presented to authorities.
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Pattaya, the 1st of October 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 9:30pm on Friday, Lieutenant Colonel Kreetha Tonkanarat (Child Children & Women Protection Center Superintendent) along with Child Protection Committee officials and local police served an arrest warrant on Dr. R.G.M Malter [52], a German national.

Serving the warrant issued by Pattaya Provincial Court on the 30th of September, authorities arrested Dr. Malter at his Soi Chaiyapruk residence in Jomtien, based on accusations from Ms. Jaruwan Yothee, a convicted child prostitution agent, that she supplied him with children for sexual purposes.

Ms. Yothee stated that Dr. Malter had been a former customer of her underage prostitution services, despite his marriage (unconfirmed legality) to a Thai woman. Police found that Dr. Malter was a qualified doctor and currently worked as an engineering consultant for a reputable vehicle manufacturing company at the Amata Nakhon Industrial Estate in Chon-Buri.

Lt. Col. Tonkanarat revealed that in addition to Friday’s arrest of Dr. Malter authorities had also been led to the arrest of another foreign national, Mr. Brian White [45], an American residing in Sathorn district, Bangkok.

At present, Dr. Malter has denied all allegations, stating that Ms. Yothee had made the accusations after both he and his wife had refused to lend her money. Allegedly, Ms. Yothee had been a friend of his wife and the pair had lent her money, without repayment, on several occasions in the past but had refused her most recent request due to her outstanding debts.

Dr. Malter has now appeared before police with a representative from the Lawyer’s Council Committee (Mr. Chodeuk Chokekumjorn), he has subsequently asked the media for anonymity based on his report to police.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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