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26 May 2010 :: 16:05:57 pm 22375

Pattaya Prison Raid Uncovers Mass of Makeshift Weapons

A concise drug raid at the Pattaya Remand Prison in Nong Palai occurred on Wednesday. The raid was carried out by a joint taskforce largely consisting of Banglamung Police officers. Remarkably, though there were no drugs found in the prison, police did discover a multitude of concealed weapons and other illegal items during their investigations.
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Pattaya, the 26th of May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: Police Colonel Somnuk Changate (Banglamung Police Superintendent) and Mr. Seni Rattanajarern (Pattaya Remand Prison Commander) conducted a joint raid on the Pattaya Remand Prison in coalition with several area departments, including: Banglamung Police, Pattaya Police Volunteers, Security Volunteers and Department of Corrections Officers.

Mr. Songkran Sukphrawiriyamongkhon (Pattaya Remand Prison Control Department Head) revealed that the facility was currently holding 2,100 remand prisoners in total, consisting of 1,800 males and 300 females. The prison is situated on over 47 rai (20 acres) of land with prisoners divided into 5 separate buildings within the facility.

Most of the inmates at Pattaya Remand Prison are on remand for offences ranging from minor drug charges to theft and assault. Due to the nature of the prisoners, especially those involved with drugs, one building in the facility has been fitted as a maximum risk, high security containment block for the mentally unstable or violent offenders.

Police Col. Changate revealed the success of the raid, stating that although no drugs had been found during the investigations; over 50 sharp knife-like instruments (shivs) and razor blades were found concealed in the prison, along with several other prohibited items such as lighters, cigarettes, cosmetics, mirrors and glass, pieces of rope and string, unauthorised clothing, jewelery and various undeclared prescription medications.

In conclusion, Col. Changate revealed that repeats of the recent collaborative prison raid will be regularly completed from now on, in addition to the mandatory inspections already carried out by Department of Corrections officers.

Reporter : Jirrawat   Photo : Jirrawat   Category : Community News

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