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19 August 2012 :: 14:08:34 pm 65768

Murderous Driver Shoots Teen Motorbikers in Road Rage

An 18-year-old motorbiker was killed in an extreme road rage incident. He was part of a big gang of friends returning from a car show. A motorist apparently got angry at the group for hogging the road and began shooting at them. Two others were also shot.
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PATTAYA- August 19, 2012[Pattaya Daily News]; at 5 a.m., a report of a driver shooting three teen motorbikers was received by Pol. Lt. Col. Chuangchot Mongkolthanayuth, investigation officer, Pattaya police station, Chonburi province.

The incident occurred at the beginning of Soi Sukhumvit Pattaya 41/2 Sukhumvit road, at the entrance to Pattaya, opposite to the Boonthavorn shop, Moo 9 Tambon Nong Preu, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province.

Police found a gang of nearly 40 motorbike riders, both male and female, who had parked their bikes on the side of the road. They were assisting three friends who had been shot.

The injured people were: Mr. Songpirat Kaewkontrong or X, age 18. He was shot twice in the neck by a gun of unknown caliber and severely injured. Mr. Songpirat later died at the hospital.

Also injured was Mr. Peerapat Ketkaewkleang or Dom, age 15. He was shot in his forehead while wearing his helmet. Mr. Peerapat is a student of vocational diploma 1, Technology Aksorn Pattaya school.The third injured person was Mr. Ronnachai Promsawat or Tarm, age 18. He was shot in his lower right leg.

 

The rescue officer rushed the three injured boys to Banglamung hospital. However, Mr. Songpirat did not survive his injuries.Police retrieved two motorbikes of the injured boys, and also recovered a spent bullet casing from an unknown caliber gun, which they kept for evidence.

Police questioned the motorbiking group, consisting mostly of teenagers in the Pattaya area. The teens told police that that they had gone to visit a “Stereo of Cars” automobile show at Bangsaen Beach, Chonburi.They had arranged to ride together in group of almost 40 people to the car show, with some doubling as passengers. Altogether they were riding about 20 motorbikes.

After the show, they were riding back to Pattaya, when they rode underneath a bridge on route number 7 part 5, in the north Pattaya area.There the group encountered a man driving a white Honda Jazz automobile with golden bronze max wheels. He also had a passenger in the car.

The man drove his car alongside the motorbike riders and started honking his horn at them. His passenger then opened his car window and scolded the teens harshly.The man then took out a gun and shot at them. The car kept pursuing the fleeing teens and shooting at them repeatedly. Their assailants then escaped by driving toward central Pattaya.

After hearing the details of the shooting, police hurried to alert police in the nearby area to arrest the suspects, but they couldn’t find any trace of them. No one got the license number of the car.

 

Police speculated that the motorist may have gotten angry at the big gang of teen motorbikers for hogging the road, so he shot at them.

However, police will continue investigating witnesses, and will ask for information from the injured teens. They will gather more evidence to follow up and arrest the suspects to prosecute according to the law.The incident occurred at the beginning of Soi Sukhumvit Pattaya 41/2 Sukhumvit road, at the entrance to Pattaya, opposite to the Boonthavorn shop, Moo 9 Tambon Nong Preu, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province.

Police found a gang of nearly 40 motorbike riders, both male and female, who had parked their bikes on the side of the road. They were assisting three friends who had been shot.

The injured people were: Mr. Songpirat Kaewkontrong or X, age 18. He was shot twice in the neck by a gun of unknown caliber and severely injured. Mr. Songpirat later died at the hospital.

Also injured was Mr. Peerapat Ketkaewkleang or Dom, age 15. He was shot in his forehead while wearing his helmet. Mr. Peerapat is a student of vocational diploma 1, Technology Aksorn Pattaya school.The third injured person was Mr. Ronnachai Promsawat or Tarm, age 18. He was shot in his lower right leg.

The rescue officer rushed the three injured boys to Banglamung hospital. However, Mr. Songpirat did not survive his injuries.Police retrieved two motorbikes of the injured boys, and also recovered a spent bullet casing from an unknown caliber gun, which they kept for evidence.

Police questioned the motorbiking group, consisting mostly of teenagers in the Pattaya area. The teens told police that that they had gone to visit a “Stereo of Cars” automobile show at Bangsaen Beach, Chonburi.They had arranged to ride together in group of almost 40 people to the car show, with some doubling as passengers. Altogether they were riding about 20 motorbikes.

After the show, they were riding back to Pattaya, when they rode underneath a bridge on route number 7 part 5, in the north Pattaya area.There the group encountered a man driving a white Honda Jazz automobile with golden bronze max wheels. He also had a passenger in the car.

The man drove his car alongside the motorbike riders and started honking his horn at them. His passenger then opened his car window and scolded the teens harshly.
The man then took out a gun and shot at them. The car kept pursuing the fleeing teens and shooting at them repeatedly. Their assailants then escaped by driving toward central Pattaya.

After hearing the details of the shooting, police hurried to alert police in the nearby area to arrest the suspects, but they couldn’t find any trace of them. No one got the license number of the car.

Police speculated that the motorist may have gotten angry at the big gang of teen motorbikers for hogging the road, so he shot at them.However, police will continue investigating witnesses, and will ask for information from the injured teens. They will gather more evidence to follow up and arrest the suspects to prosecute according to the law.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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