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11 August 2012 :: 16:08:25 pm 65606

Police Catch Up to Criminals At Sattahip Navy Camp

Two men were arrested for a rash of burglaries and drug dealing in the Sattahip navy camp housing area. The men targeted the navy camp due to the lack of police presence there. One suspect confessed to nearly 20 burglaries, and the other was caught with 1,000 amphetamine pills.
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PATTAYA-August 10, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News] At 2:30 p.m., an arrest of two suspects for stealing and selling drugs at the Sattahip navy camp was announced by Pol. Maj. Gen. Jamnong Rattanakul, Commander, Chonburi province; together with Pol. Col. Supphathee Boonkrong, Deputy Commande; Pol. Col. Chonnapat Nawalak, Superintendent, Sattahip police station; Mr. Chaicharn Eamcharoen, Sattahip sheriff;  Mr. Narong Boonbanjerdsri; and the Sattahip police detection team.

The first suspect was identified as Mr. Sawat or Noi Khamphan, age 29 (black shirt), address 432 Soi Baan Nongtaolek, Moo 5 Tambon Mak Khaeng, Amphur Muang, Udornthani province.

Mr. Sawat was charged with stealing property. Police seized 59 items of evidence that included a motorbike, gold necklace, notebook computer, tablet computer, mobile phone and other stolen goods.


The second suspect is Mr. Saravuth or Got Chaokorat, age 19, living in Amphur Baan Chang, Rayong province. He is charged with selling drugs. Police seized the evidence of 1,000 amphetamine tablets and a motorbike.

Pol. Col. Supphathee Boonkrong said the two suspects are friends who have been burglarizing homes and selling drugs in the area. The arrests occurred on the night of August 8, 2012.

Mr. Sawat  had broken into the house of a sailor in room 301 flat 9, in the central navy housing, and stole many items. But he was arrested after witnesses who remembered his face identified him. Mr. Sawat confessed to police that he had committed similar crimes nearly 20 times.

Police arrested the second suspect, Mr. Saravuth, while he was riding his motorbike at the entrance of Wat Song Metta, Tambon Bangsarey, Amphur Sattahip. He was caught with 1,000 amphetamine tablets he was planning to sell to customers.

The two friends said they divided their duties between selling drugs and stealing property in the navy camp because of the relative lack of police there, which made it easier to commit their crimes. They used the money they made to travel to Pattaya entertainment centers.

After the arrests, more burglarized victims came forward. More than 10 theft victims came to the police, most of them civil servants and the families of sailors. They came to notify the investigation officer with evidence to prosecute Mr. Sawat.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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