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18 March 2009 :: 15:03:25 pm 9442

Pattaya – Man Stabbed Following Car Accident

At 3:10 am on 17th March 2009 a man was stabbed during an altercation on Sukhumvit Road close to the Sattahip Naval station. The assailant had been involved in a car accident with the victim a few hours previously.
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Sattahip police investigator, Pol.Capt. Pornchai King Sawas, received notification of the attack from a Sattahip Naval security guard, private Wichit Jarern Rum [23], at the KLM 2 Sukhmvit Road station and sent a team to investigate.

At the scene police found Mr. Warat Seangkeaw [48], residing at 114/76 Moo. 7 Plutaloung, Sattahip, who had been detained by a navy officer.

Previously that night Mr. Warat, who was allegedly in a drunken state, had backed his truck (Isuzu model, no. 3791) into another truck belonging to Mr. Grisna Pinpart [29] at a pub parking area.

Police later decided that the older man was at fault and ordered him to pay Mr. Grisna 5000 baht in compensation. Mr. Warat was angry at the outcome and when they both left the police station he followed Mr. Warat in his truck. He managed to overtake Mr. Warat and force him to stop outside the naval station.

According to Mr. Grisna’s wife, Mrs. Chalita Pinpart [30], Mr. Warat walked to their truck and approached her husband. He pulled out a knife and stabbed at her husband’s stomach about 5 times as he tried to fight back.

The attacker tried to escape by driving his truck into the naval base but was stopped and apprehended by the guard.

Police took Mr. Warat into custody for further processing.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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