Pattaya Daily News

01 June 2014 :: 13:06:47 pm 88412

Police and Army Checkpoint Installed in Pattaya

The Police and army have setup a check point in Pattaya to check vehicle’s during the curfew. The checkpoint was setup to search cars to see if they were carrying any weapons or illegal items.
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PATTAYA – June 1, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 00.00 am 100 police and soldiers had setup a checkpoint in front of Boonthavorn store, Sukhumvit road, Pattaya Klang.Police and soldiers had collaborated to setup a checkpoint during the curfew (00.01-04.00 am.) in order to check the suspicious vehicles. Last night (June 1st) was the first time that the checkpoint was installed which caused some traffic congestion. Most of the cars on the road were personal cars and trucks. In addition they had examined some cars and found knives, shotgun shells and baseball bats which can be used as weapons, therefore they were confiscated and the owners had their photo taken for evidence.
 

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VAdm.Rengrit Boonsongprasert revealed that they needed to install the checkpoint in order to prevent protesters to move around. He added that the aim was to search and find anybody who was carrying weapons or illegal items. Recently Sattahip navy had installed checkpoints and fortunately people understood the unrest situation and they obeyed the order. In addition operators and entertainment venues in Pattaya understand the situation and accepted that they have to close during the curfew. However some were opened during the curfew time and were told by the police to close as ordered by the NPOMC.

 

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Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Community News

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