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10 March 2011 :: 15:03:58 pm 51283

Liars Fear Their Mother-In-Law

Two men lied to the police officers about being robbed because they were afraid their mother-in-law would find out about their purchase of Amphetamines.
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Pattaya, 9th March 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 9:30 p.m., Police Captain Narongdech Tanapoonsin Deputy Suppression Inspector of Pattaya Department, Chonburi was told by 17 year-old Mr. Tanakorn Putaka and 31 year-old Mr. Seksan Preeprem, that their motorcycle has been robbed. They also reported that they were assaulted in the middle area of Chularattepprasit Soi, Moo 12, Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi. The police patrolled the reported routes and area, hoping to find the escaped suspect.

Mr. Seksan said in his statement that both of them were going on their usual routes home after work. When they reached the crime scene area, four men (riding on two motorcycles) attacked him. One of the suspects punched him in the face with a gun. They robbed his black Honda Wave 125 before escaping towards Jomtien direction.

The police was not convinced by Mr. Seksan’s statement, which appeared suspicious. Police continued their questioning for another 10 minutes until they discovered his lies. Mr. Seksan eventually told the truth. He confessed that he was buying one Amphetamine for 200 Baht from Mr. Bess at the scene. Mr. Bess borrowed Mr. Tanakorn’s motorcycle to go and get the drugs. Unfortunately, Mr. Tanakorn ran away with the bike along with the money. The victim lied because he was afraid that his mother-in-law would berate him if she knew the truth.

Both liars were arrested and will be charged later. The police planned to catch the drug dealer and have the motorcycle returned to its owner.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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