Pattaya Daily News

20 December 2014 :: 09:12:10 am 95428

Pattaya Police Arrest Thai Swindling Woman

Pattaya police and Chon Buri Provincial Employment Office have arrested a Thai woman who swindled many victims’ out of their hard earned cash with fake jobs in U.S. restaurants.
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PATTAYA – December 18,2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 9.00 p.m Mr. Kriangwith Leelaprasert (an officer of Chon Buri Provincial Employment Office) and Pol.Lt.Col. Phumsit Singthuean (Deputy Superintendent of Pattaya city police station, Chon Buri province) together arrested Mrs. Sutthirat Khampheefaedklang, aged 30, residing at house no. 18, Moo 14 Tambon Huay Bong, Amphur Dan Khun Thod, Nakhon Ratchasima province, with the allegation of “arranging work for workers in order to work abroad without permission and deceiving people that they can get work or be sent for training in foreign countries.

 

Mr. Kriangwit revealed that previously he had been informed that Mrs. Sutthirat (a defendant) had swindled job seekers who wanted to go and work in the U.S. and had collected a fee from them who lived in Nakhon Ratchasima, Buriram, Khon Kaen, Ang Thong, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya and Kamphaeng Phet provinces. Mrs. Sutthirat would arrange for the job seekers to stay at D House Apartment which was located at no. 402/48 Moo 12 Tambon Nong Prue, Amphur Banglamung, Chon Buri province, in order to make employment contracts for working abroad, and to gather documents and passports for the U.S. visas.

 

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Later an officer from Chonburi Provincial Employment Office had coordinated with a detective police team of Pattaya city police station inspect D House Apartment. Upon inspection they 12 deceived job seekers that were sitting on the 1st floor. Upon questioning them they said that they were waiting for Mrs. Sutthirat (a defendant) to make employment contracts for them and they had paid around 25,000 – 60,000 THB each which had totalled around 1 million THB for the 12 job seekers.

 

The officers then arrested Mrs. Sutthirat (a defendant) at Siam International Office at Chaiyapruek 1 road. They didn’t find any documents for arranging jobs for the workers to work abroad. Therefore, the officers had detained Mrs. Sutthirat and sent her to Pattaya city police station. She initially confessed to the allegations and was sent to an the inquiry official to be prosecuted further according to the Thai law.

 

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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