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20 February 2014 :: 13:02:23 pm 82448

Rayong DJ Arrested For Human Trafficking

Rayong police have arrested a well known DJ of a radio station in Rayong province in the allegations of human trafficking. The defendant had a web site where they advertised sexual services which would be performed by female students.
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RAYONG – February 19, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 1.00 a.m. Pol.Lt. Thawat Norsingha (Investigation officer on duty of Mueang Rayong police station) arrested Mr. Kriangkrai Narmsanit or K or DJ Bo aged 32, who is a DJ for a radio station in Rayong province, residing at house no. 45/12 Soi Nern Phra 2, Krok Yai Cha road, Tambon Nern Phra, Amphur Mueang, Rayong province, Miss Ammara Mek-aroon or Om, aged 20 and Miss Waranya Lorjit or Nam, aged 22, in the allegations of committing human trafficking. The officer seized the marked banknotes of 3,500 THB that were used to purchase a girl also 1 Nokia mobile phone, 1 bank book and 1 ATM card.

The police were informed that there was a prostitution service on a website that advertised sexual services by female students. The customers could contact them by sending emails and would then be contacted by a Mr k who arranges the girls. Therefore the officers made a plan to purchase 4 girls and asked them to meet them at Capediem Condo, on the Sukhumvit road, Tambon Nern Phra, Amphur Mueang, Rayong province.

When the 4 girls arrived at condo there were social workers waiting inside then the police showed up and arrested all the defendants and detained them for questioning at Mueang Rayong police station. For the 4 victim girls which consisted of three 17-year-old girls and one 18-year-old girl the social workers took them to the House of Children and Family in Rayong province.

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