Pattaya Daily News

25 December 2012 :: 14:12:18 pm 69763

Police Abort Mail Order Abortion Drug Scheme

A 28-year-old man was arrested by Nakornpathom police for mailing abortion drugs to customers all over Thailand. Officers seized a list of more than 1,000 customer names and addresses. The abortion drugs include those to be taken orally, or inserted in the vagina.
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NAKORNPATHOM – December 24, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 4 p.m., a report by a police undercover agent of a man mailing abortion drugs to customers was received by Pol. Maj. Theeravuth Sutthiphonpaisarn, inspector; and Pol. Col. Wattana Pim-ut, Superintendent, Muang Nakornpathom police station.

The suspect was identified as Mr. Anucha Saijai, age 28, from Tambon Nong-ngu-leurm, Amphur Muang, Nakornpathom province. Mr. Anucha was renting a room at Naphaporn mansion in Nakornpathom province, which he used to deliver abortion drugs by mail to customers all over country.

A detective police team was assigned to investigate and observe the behavior of Mr. Anucha. During a stakeout at the mansion, police saw Mr. Anucha loading a package of goods in a Toyota Soluna in the building parking lot, and was about to drive away.

So the police stopped him and asked to inspect his car. They discovered many abortion drugs and almost 100 small boxes containing abortion drugs already packed to send by mail.

So the police took the suspect to his rented room, where they discovered various types of abortion drugs, including one type of pill for oral consumption named MYPILL, and another type for insertion into the vagina called CYTOLOG TABLETS; and another drug named CYTOTEC, in hundreds of boxes.

Police also found more than 1,000 instruction documents for customers that indicated the methods to use for each type of abortion drug. There was also an account list of 1,000 customer names and addresses from all over the country, mostly from women ordering the product.

Police also discovered boxes ready for mailing that displayed the names of the sender and receiver. The name of sender listed on the boxes was “LNP Enterprise Co., Ltd.,” with the listed address at: 87/12-14 Moo 6 Tambon Tha-tamnak, Amphur Nakornchaisri, Nakornpathom province.

The police detained Mr. Anucha and took him to the police station to investigate. Then the police asked officers from the Public Health department of Nakornpathom province to inspect the seized drugs. The public health officers indicated that they are all abortion drugs.

During questioning, Mr. Anucha told police that he is only involved in mailing the abortion drugs send to him by the producers. He got paid 500 THB per day for packing the products and sending them by mail at various post office branches such as the Nakornpathom branch.

Police initially charged Mr. Anucha with 3 accusations:

First, to produce, sell or import medicine into the Kingdom without permission;

Second, engaging in the advertising of selling medicine and not indicating that it is an abortion drug or medicine that can raise blood pressure severely, and not indicating that it is a dangerous drug, or under special control;

And third, to produce, sell or import an unregistered drug into the Kingdom.

When the police later investigated the name of the sending company listed on the mailing boxes, “LNP Enterprise Co., Ltd.”, they did find the name of the company in the government databases.

Mr. Anucha confessed that he fabricated the company’s name by himself, so the operation would appear trustworthy to customers. He added that many similar mail-order companies make up false names. He said some companies list their address in Chiangmai, but the drugs are actually sent by the post office at Nakornpathom.

The police detectives are investigating further to track down the original locations of these suspicious company operations.

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