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21 January 2011 :: 11:01:44 am 49129

Navy Arrests Drug Dealers in Sattahip After Tip of

The Navy arrested a brother and sister team who worked together dealing drugs in Sattahip to groups of teenagers.
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Sattahip, 19th January 2011[Pattaya Daily News] At 7.00am, Captain Griangkrai Supmanop, Divisional Director of the Naval news and Officer of the Naval Troops Fighting Against Drug Trafficking, arrested, Mr. Chitchai Glinchan (nickname Moo) aged 34, residing at 330 Moo 1, Nikhompattana, Rayong and his sister Ms. Tassawan Glinchan (nickname Noi) age 40 who had hidden Yabba in their home in order to sell it on.

They were caught with 2,400 Yabba pills and 42,000 Baht cash in a white Toyota pickup truck license บม – 6228 Rayong, along with a further 6,400 Baht they had received from an undercover agent.

The Navy were able to arrest the two dealers after being notified by an emissary who informed them of Mr. Chitchai and his sister Ms. Tassawans’ movements that involved smuggling drugs into Sattahip and selling it on the groups of teenagers.

An undercover agent was sent by the Navy to order 40 Yabba pills costing 6,400 Baht and arranged a meeting for the exchange at a pavilion near the entrance to the naval base Moo 1, Sattahip, where the brother and sister arrived in a white Toyota pickup truck. After making the exchange, the undercover agent revealed himself as an officer and arrested the two, confiscating the drugs and the cash along with another 360 pills found in the vehicle.

Interrogation of the two, led to them confessing that they had purchased drugs from ‘Noi’ (real identity unknown) approximately 40 years of age in Glaeng, Rayong. At first they dealt with only 400 pills at a time, but later they would order 2,000 pills with the place of exchange being on the Sukhumvit Road, Paknam Brasae, Glaeng, Rayong. Noi would hide the pills in a trash can. Without revealing herself, the exchange would be done by phone, with the money being transferred through accounts, to the account holder, Amporn, number 290-0-99153-6 Bangkok Bank after having sold the drugs.

When the police officials checked the trash can, they found 2,000 pills, which were immediately confiscated.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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