Pattaya Daily News

12 February 2015 :: 10:02:13 am 98390

Rayong Sheriff Raids Gambling Den

The newly appointed sheriff of Rayong province coordinated police forces and navy officers to raid a gambling den where they arrested 18 gamblers.
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RAYONG – February 11,2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; After Mr. Insi Kerdmanee (Rayong sheriff) received complaints from local people that a traditional Thai massage shop named Queen shop in Soi Soon Kan Kha, route 3, Tambon Tha Pra Du, Amphur Mueang, Rayong province was being used for gambling. Mr. Insi then coordinated with the police of Mueang Rayong police station, Marine Corps navy of Maha Surasihanart military camp led by Lieutenant Commander Thong-rob Weerajit (Deputy Commissioner of Seventh Infantry Battalion), Sub. Lieutenant Supphachai Chitapanya (navy of Maha Surasihanart military camp) and Territorial Defense Volunteer Corps of Amphur Mueang to raid the massage shop at no. 8/10-11, Soi Soon Kan Kha, route 3. The officers arrested 18 poker gamblers that consisted of 7 men and 11 women with exhibits of 3 decks of cards, chips for exchange of cash, a lot of gambling equipment and 8,380 THB in cash. Mrs. Suthin Wonther, aged 41, was the shop owner.

 

The officers detained all defendants with exhibits and sent them to the inquiry official of Mueang Rayong police station to prosecuted and charged for gambling without permission and also reported the incident to Mr. Somsak Suwansootjarit (Rayong Provincial Governor).

 

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Some local people that live in Soi Soon Kan Kha Rayong said that the gambling den had been to open for gamblers for a long time but they didn’t know why the police didn’t know about it so they reported it to the newly appointed sheriff who ordered it to be raided.

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