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Pattaya Daily News

05 March 2010 :: 12:03:49 pm 14766

Pattaya Police Officer Commits Unusual Suicide Over Stress

A stressed and allegedly unwell Pattaya policeman has committed suicide on Thursday night. The man reportedly left two suicide notes in his Pattaya apartment before shooting himself in the heart.
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Pattaya, the 4th of March 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 6:00pm on Thursday, police Lieutenant Colonel Samran Kamwattana has received report that a fellow officer had committed suicide at his apartment behind the Pattaya police station.

Immediately following the discovery police Colonel Nunthawut Suwanla-ong (Pattaya Police Superintendent) was informed of the incident and reported to the scene with the Deputy Superintendant, Lieutenant Colonel Tharathep Toopanich and the Deputy Director of Combat, Lieutenant Colonel Krisakorn Thongint.

The officer was found to be Senior Sergeant Major Suporn Auncharoen [48] a Chief Justice of Investigations with the Pattaya police. At the time of his death he had been lying on his bed in his third-floor room at the Pattaya police apartment block. Snr Sgt Maj Auncharoen had received one gunshot wound to the heart with evidence of gunpowder residue on his right hand. The police issue pistol was found lying on the bed beside his body.

Further police investigations revealed the presence of two presumed suicide notes, one addressed to his family and the other to his colleagues. In the letters he describes, suffering from an unstated illness, whilst being significantly affected by stress and depression as a result of his work with the Pattaya police as such choosing to end his own life.

Reporter : Kong Siptis   Photo : Kong Siptis   Category : Community News

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