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25 January 2013 :: 13:01:51 pm 70890

Issan Lady Disputes Outstanding Arrest Warrant

A 27-year-old woman from Khon Kaen claims that a 2004 arrest warrant issued by Pattaya provincial court falsely accuses her of theft. The woman had lost her identity card in Pattaya in 2004, but claims she was working in Samutprakarn during the alleged theft.
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PATTAYA – January 25, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; the police of Pattaya police station were notified by Ms. Phannipha Sarmmor, age 27, of Khon Kaen province, that a 2004 Pattaya arrest warrant falsely accuses her of theft.

The Pattaya provincial court issued the arrest warrant in 2004, at the request of the police of the Crime Suppression Division. But Ms. Phannipha told police she had never committed any crimes, and she was shocked after being issued the arrest warrant, which caused her to lose her reputation.

Ms. Phannipha, who was with her relatives making the complaint, revealed to the police that during the time period that she is accused of theft in the arrest warrant, she was working at the Samrong branch of the Big C department store in Samutprakarn province.

So surely she would not have traveled all the way to Pattaya to make trouble, Ms. Phannipha said. The theft charge might be a case of mistaken identity by the police. Ms. Phannipha explained that during the year 2004, she had traveled to Pattaya while studying in a university at the bachelor degree level.

However, she had lost her identity card. But she immediately notified the Pattaya police station, and went to make a new identity card on the same day. After graduating from the university, she started working in Samutprakarn province, and never returned to Pattaya.

Ms. Phannipha showed officers the arrest warrant of Pattaya provincial court at J.52/2547, dated January 14, 2004, which accuses her of together stealing other people’s property at night. The warrant had been requested by Pol. Col. Niran Narmsuwan, Superintendent, and Pol. Lt. Col. Atthaphol Paipratheep, Inspector.

Ms. Phannipha strongly disputed the theft charges. She pleaded sincerely to the Pattaya police officers that she never made the trouble as stated in the arrest warrant, so she would like to ask for justice.

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