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02 January 2013 :: 16:01:21 pm 69992

Pattaya Police Station Office Raked by Gunfire

The office of the Superintendent of the Pattaya police station was sprayed by gunfire that shattered several mirrored windows. The unknown shooter may have been a drunk police officer with a grudge against his superiors. No one was hurt or injured in the incident.
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PATTAYA – January 1, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; a reporter was informed in the late night hours that someone shooting a gun had raked the mirrored windows of the office of the Superintendent of Pattaya police station.

The superintendent, Pol. Col. Suwan Cheawnawinthawat, normally occupies the office, which is located behind the police station. But he was not in his office at the time of the shooting and no one was injured.

After the shooting, Pol. Lt. Col. Songkhram Pun-eam, the expert investigation officer, went to inspect the scene and reported his findings to his high-ranking superiors. The black mirrored windows were severely damaged with many jagged holes. The investigating officer collected several spent bullet shells that had fallen at the scene.

The superintendent was shaken by the mysterious shooting, and wondered if the shooter’ motive was linked to his relatively-new position as the police station superintendent, since he started his present job only two months ago.

In their initial investigation, police heard a report of a police officer being noticeably drunk and walking around carrying a gun near where the shooting occurred. The police superintendent ordered officers to investigate the report further.

Also, the superintendent revealed that he had a serious conversation a few days ago with a subordinate officer about the quality of his work, so he will summon the lower-rank officer to question him about the shooting.

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