Pattaya Daily News

30 January 2012 :: 09:01:36 am 61654

Jomtien Traffic Cop Extorts 5,000 THB From Ya-Ba Suspect

A traffic police with 3 subordinates at Na Jomtien police station, Chonburi province set up a check point and arrested a 18 year-old Trang man after a positive drug screening. The police asked the suspect for 5,000 THB cash in exchange for his release. The traffic police and his subordinates are under investigation.
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Sattahip, January 26, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; Pol. Maj. Jamnong Rattanakul, Commissioner ordered Pol. Col. Somneuk Jankate, Superintendent Banglamung police station and Pol. Col. Kiartpong Namla, Superintendent to arrest Pol. Capt. Somporn Soommart, Deputy Inspector of the sentry box at Ambassador City Jomtien with 3 subordinates: Pol. Sen. Sgt. Maj. Veerapong Buddajan, Mr. Nipon Yenkamon, traffic volunteer and Mr. Boonleu Seebot, traffic volunteer accused of extortion.

Pol. Capt. Somporn Soommart with his team set up a check point on Sukhumvit road and arrested Mr. Jettarin or “J Sukrodroo” age 18, from Trang province riding a motorbike, Honda Wave 125 blue-grey color, license number 638 Chonburi.

 

Mr. Jettarin’s urine was screened. The test was positive. Thereafter the police tried to extort 5, 000 from Mr. Jettarin in exchange for his release.

Mr. Jettarin called to Ms. Nualjan Choraree age 18, his girl friend and her relatives from Chachoengsao province to bring the money to bail him out. But the relatives were afraid of being cheated so they reported the case to the police.

Ms. Nualjan brought 5,000 THB to bail out her boy friend who was detained in the sentry box. After Mr. Jettarin was released, the police arrested the two police and the volunteers.

 

January 27, 2012 Pol. Col. Kiertpong Namla, Superintendent, Na Jomtien police station said, that since this case has high priority it was forwarded to Pol. Maj. Gen. Jamnong Rattanakul, commissioner for further investigation.

The two traffic police officers Pol. Capt. Somporn Soommart and Pol. Sgt. Maj. Veerapong Buddajan were bailed out but are suspended from police work. Mr. Nipon Yenkamol and Mr. Boonleu Seebot, the traffic volunteers are detained at Pattaya provincial court. No bail was allowed.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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