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03 March 2011 :: 11:03:50 am 50993

Khmer Arrested with 500 Amphetamines Hidden in Anus.

Sattahip Police Detective have arrested a Khmer with over 500 Amphetamines and one-gram of Ya-Ice to deliver to the navy area in Sattahip. He had them smuggled through the Thai border at Sakaew hidden in his anus.
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Sattahip , 1st March 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 11.00 a.m. Col. Somchai Suntavanit Chief Officer of Sattahip District Police, Lt. Col. Prakob Saengpring Deputy Chief Police Officer, Lt. Col. Nipon Pomsanam Deputy Chief Police Officer, Lt. Col. Damrong Auansoongnoen. Inspecting Officer, Maj. Parus Samart Detective Officer, along with other officers arrested Mr. Tia, 28-year-old Khmer in possession of category 1 drugs, namely 500 tablets of amphetamines and one gram of Ya-Ice at the bus shelter, Wan Pen curve, Road No. 332 between Jay junction and Kasempon junction, Tambon Bangsae Amphur Sattahip, Chonburi.

 

The officers were informed by undercover agents that they could purchase 500 amphetamines from an alleged offender, who lives in the part of Cambodia next to the Thai border near Sakeaw, for an amount of 57,500 Baht. The officers planned a sting operation at the bus shelter at Wanpen curve. While the undercover agent was waiting at the meeting point, the officer noticed the suspect approaching and arrested him.

The alleged offender confessed that a drug dealer in Cambodia hired him to carry 500 mphetamines divided into 2 bags containing 250 each and one-gram Ya-Ice intended for Thai customers for 1,000 Baht and 100 amphetamines for himself. He wrapped them up with wire ducts and condoms, stuffed them into his anus and smuggled them through the border forest in Amphur Tapraya, Sakaew. This was the second time he had smuggled drugs into Thailand. Cambodian drug gangsters living alongside the Cambodian border have smuggled millions of amphetamines through Thailand for many years.

 

Col. Somchai Suntavanit, Chief Officer of Sattahip District Police, added that there are numerous Cambodian drug gangsters making it difficult to suppress. It is also difficult to catch them at the Thai Border Patrol Station as the Cambodian drug dealers and illegal labourers would smuggle amphetamines stuffed in their posteriors. Some would walk across thick forests at the Amphur Tapaya borderline, Sakaew. They would have Thai labour agencies who had no clue about their smuggling drugs pick them up and transport them to Amphur Sanamchaiket, Chachoengsao, where there is no patrol station.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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