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20 February 2009 :: 13:02:06 pm 9499

Police Sieze Property Belonging To Suspected Dutch Cocaine Dealer In Pattaya

On the 19th February 2009 a police team from the Office of the Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) impounded the property belonging to a Dutch man currently on bail charged with dealing in cocaine.
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At 10.30 am, with a warrant issued from the Bangkok court, Pol.Maj.Gen Aditep Punjamanon and his team from ONCB and Pol.Col. Arnonnat Kamonrat, the superintendent of Police Immigration and his team, went to the residence of Mr. Mr. Hans Heinz Willem Arne [44], a Dutch national, and Miss Jiraporn Kiriket [38] at 17/152, Tanyawan City Home Village, Soi Bunsampan Banglamung.

The officials also impounded a total of three houses and two condos belonging to the suspect. The other two houses were 49/104 and 49/99 Royal Green Ville Village, Moo. 5 , Nongprue and the condos were at the Niran Condo, Soi Arunotai, room no. 521/464, 14th floor on the C building and room no. 521/466, 6th floor on the same building. Both suspects had signed their names to accept the warrant.

Pol.Maj.Gen Aditep Punjaman revealed that the Dutchman had previously been arrested and released on bail following a sting operation which exposed the cocaine business he had been operating by bringing customers to his house. Based on evidence collected by the police indicating the properties had been purchased using the proceeds from the sale of drugs the Bangkok court had issued the warrant to seize the properties.

Pol.Col. Arnonnat Kamonrat, the immigration police superintendent, also revealed that they would cancel Mr. Hunhand’s visa and the rights to take care of his children, and his name will be placed on Thailand’s blacklist of persona non grata.

Reporter : Jirrawat   Photo : Jirrawat   Category : Crime News

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