Pattaya Daily News

27 November 2014 :: 09:11:35 am 94568

Pattaya Drug Dealer Claims To Be NCPO Officer

A Pattaya man who sold drugs to teenagers claimed to be a National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) officer by carrying a communication radio and wearing a jacket of the Royal Thai Police whilst selling amphetamines in Pattaya city.
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PATTAYA – November 26, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 3.00 a.m., Mr. Phawat Lertmookda (Sattahip sheriff, Chon Buri province) together with Mr. Chawat Thepthap (Deputy District Chief of Security Division) and forces of the special operation officers of the National Command Centre for Combating Drugs (NCCD), Sattahip, had planned to buy drugs from a Mr. Amphan or Kao Phromsarn, aged 27, residing at house no. 65/5, Tambon Rong Mueang, Amphur Pathumwan, Bangkok. He was riding a black-red Scoopy Honda motorbike, license no. Chor Kor Mor – 616 Chon Buri, whilst delivering amphetamines to an undercover agent at a PTT gas station which was opposite to the Lotus department store, Pattaya, Thepprasit, Tambon Nong Prue, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province.

 

Mr. Phawat Lertmookda (Sattahip sheriff) revealed that he had questioned some drug addicts that told him they got their amphetamines from a Mr. Kao (drug agent in Pattaya city) so he planned to let an undercover agent ordered 40 amphetamine pills from him. They made an appointment to meet Mr. Kao at a gas station. When he turned up with his girlfriend he realised it was a trap and the police arrested him but he wised up and said that he didn’t sell amphetamines. From searching in his body, the officers found 40 amphetamine pills which were stuffed in 4 toffees containing 10 pills each which looked like ordinary toffees. Mr. Phawat Lertmookda (Sattahip sheriff) continued to say that Mr. Kao claimed to be a National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) official by wearing a jacket of the Royal Thai Police and carrying a communication radio to show off in order not to bring any attention to himself whilst he was selling amphetamines to groups of teenagers in area of Pattaya city and nearby areas. Besides, Mr. Kao had been jailed before for drug dealing.

 

Initially, the police detained Mr. Kao with the exhibits and sent him to the inquiry official of Nong Prue police station to be charged with type 1 drug possession. For his girlfriend the police found that she was not involved and was free to go.

 

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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