Pattaya Daily News

25 July 2014 :: 07:07:48 am 90289

Police Hunt Dangerous Drugs Dealers

Police officers are hunting two drugs dealers after they shot at the police when they realised that the officers had tried to trick them into selling them drugs.
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SATTAHIP – July 24, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News];- at 15.00 pm Mr.Pawat Lerdmukda-chief district of Sattahip (district nearby Pattaya)- was accompanied with Pol.Col.Anan Poorahong-superintendent of Plutaluang police station- and Mr.Chawat Thepthap-deputy chief of security office- who led a team to arrest a Mr.Jakkree (Jak) Chimkeeree aged 28 and Mr.Por Khaobaisee aged 18 who were the drugs dealers. Also they fired a gun after they found that the police were about to arrest in there attempt to escape in Khaobaisee village, Sattahip.

 

Mr.Pawat revealed that the officers had tried to trick them by buying 5 amphetamines from Mr.Por. Unfortunately he knew that he was being tricked and tried to flee the scene on his motorcycle but lost control and crashed into some woods where he escaped with Mr Jak. The officers found a cell phone and pen gun with 2 bullets under the seat which they kept for evidence. Also Mr Jak and Mr Por ran off into the woods and tried to hide from the police. When the police started to search for them they started shooting at the police around 8 times. Therefore the officers reinforced their numbers to hunt for them but they couldn’t find them.

 

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Mr.Jak is a drug dealer on the police blacklist, he had been hunted by the police before for drugs and attempted murder. Nowadays he had tried act like the mafia by shooting guns and throwing bombs at his foe. Therefore the officers needed to ask Pattaya court for an arrest warrant to arrest Mr.Jak.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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