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12 April 2013 :: 10:04:06 am 73779

Husband Becomes Meth Dealer After Wife Loses Job

A 27-year-old Ratchaburi man was arrested for selling meth by Sattahip drug enforcement officers. He initially eluded capture, but was eventually caught after a 1 km chase. He confessed to selling meth to help support his wife, a café singer who just lost her job.
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SATTAHIP – April 10, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 6 p.m., the arrest of a meth dealer was announced by Mr. Phawat Lertmukda, Sattahip sheriff, after he had commanded Mr. Chawat Teptap, security general secretary, to bring special operation forces from National Command Centre for Combating Drugs (NCCD) to arrest the dealer.

The suspect was identified as Mr. Amnaj Intaramala, 27 years old, from Photharam, Ratchaburi. He was arrested in room number 2 in a building with no number on soi Tepboorapha, moo 5, Sattahip, Sattahip, Chonburi.

Police seized the evidence of 18 tablets of meth. Mr. Phawat Lertmukda, Sattahip sheriff, revealed that he was informed by the police intelligence gathering department that the meth dealer was using the room to hide and sell drugs.

So he sent the authorities to investigate, and they discovered that he was staying with his wife in the room. However, when the police were about to attack him, he sensed it and climbed a 2-meter high fence outside the back of his room.

He made it to about 1 km away before the police caught up to him and arrested him. He also suffered bruises from his failed escape attempt. Officers searched the room and found 18 tablets of meth hidden in the room. Mr. Amnaj confessed that he began selling meth to support his wife, a former café singer who just lost her job.

The police sent him with the evidence to detective officers of Sattahip police station, to prosecute for the possession of Type-1 drugs for selling.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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