Pattaya Daily News

12 March 2009 :: 12:03:26 pm 9453

Interpol Request Arrest Of 2 British Paedophiles In Pattaya

Following a request from the English division of Interpol two convicted British paedophiles have been detained by the Pattaya Immigration Police.
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At 2.00 pm on 11th March 2009 an operation was mounted by a team of Immigration Police led by Pattaya Chief Inspector Pol.Col. Arnonnat Kamonrat, accompanied by Sriracha Chief Inspector Pol.Lt.Col.Pakapong Sai Ubol and Koh Srichang Chief Inspector Pol. Lt. Col. Panomprai Jangah.

The police arrested two British nationals, Mr. Charles Thomas Hadley [58] and Mr. Brian Peter Lielson [66], at the entrance of A-ree apartment, Soi New Leng-Kee, Pattaya third road, Nongprue, Banglamung.

The two men were both former London real estate businessmen and had committed more than 10 offenses of child sex abuse in England together with similar offenses in Cambodia before visiting Thailand.

Pol.Lt.Col.Pakapong Sai Ubol said Mr.Hadley had previously been jailed in England for 9 years and Mr. Lielson for 7 years for under aged sex offenses.

On their release from jail, they came to Thailand and Pattaya on a tourist visa in 1993. They made several trips to Cambodia during which they built up a record of sex offenses with young boys.

Following the request from Interpol on 16th February 2009, the immigration police cancelled their visas and four days later their names were put on the blacklist . On the 5th March, the Sriracha immigration discovered that they had arrived in Thailand and traveled to Srichang Island [Koh Srichang] in the Sriracha district.

The suspects were later traced to the A-ree apartment in Pattaya at which point the Sriracha police requested the co-operation of their Pattaya colleagues to make the arrest.

The two paedophiles will be processed and sent back to England.

Reporter : Jirrawat   Photo : Jirrawat   Category : Crime News

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