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23 September 2008 :: 16:09:09 pm 10352

Pattaya Police Arrested Former English Police Drug Dealer

The Narcotic Suppression Bureau [NSB] cooperated with the Top officials and has ordered that the area be cleaned of criminal drug dealers. The police will mount intensive search for the drug dealers to be brought to justice.
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At 3.30. pm. On 22nd September 2008, Pol.Col ittipol ittisanronachai, Imigration police superintendent, Pattaya, and Pol.Maj tanapat promsook, immigration police inspector, along with a police team to search room no. 1132 of Pattaya plaza Condominium, located on Sukhumvit road, Soi heaven,Moo 9, Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi, and arrested an Englishman, Mr. Raymond Pearson for possessing and distributing illicit drugs.

Pol.Col ittipol ittisanronachai, the Immigration police superintendent, Pattaya revealed, that The Narcotic Suppression Bureau [NSB] had requested for the cooperation from Pattaya immigration police to arrest Mr. Raymond Pearson, [English passport no. 706838381], for possessing and distributing illicit drugs, and the NSB was reported that he had been hiding in Pattaya.

After amassing enough evidence, and with the search warrant issued from the NSB, No. 113/ 2551, dated 19 August 2008, Pattaya immigration police and Pattaya police investigators then raided Mr. Raymond Pearson’s room and brought him to the police station.

Police revealed, Mr. Pearson is facing the accusation of running the drugs business [ Sending dried Gunja from Thailand to overseas by mail] according to the NSB record.

Mr. Pearson, a former English police, denied the accusation and only said he was retired from his work because he had health problem. Now he is living in Thailand and has a Thai wife.

After the investigation, Mr. Pearson was sent to the NSB immediately.

Reporter : Jirrawat   Photo : Jirrawat   Category : Crime News

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