Pattaya Daily News

04 January 2010 :: 16:01:08 pm 4385

Routine Motorbike Check Reveals Class-1 Drugs

Two Thai youths have been arrested after a routine check of the motorbike that they were pushing revealed a package containing a class-1 prohibited substance.
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Pattaya, the 3rd of January 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 2:00am on Sunday, police Captain Jamrat Thongjinda (Pattaya Police Investigator) along with a volunteer security team were patrolling the central Pattaya area when they came upon two Thai youths pushing a black Yamaha Fino motorbike. The patrol ordered the youths to stop and an investigation into the suspicious activity commenced.

Outside the Phaya Maimueng restaurant on Sukhumvit Road, Central Pattaya the patrol stopped the youths and conducted a search of the bike. After an initial license, ownership and registration check was completed; officers discovered the presence of a small quantity of an unknown illegal substance along with various items of drug using equipment hidden within the motorbikes storage compartment.

 Upon further interrogation of the two suspects, Mr. Bunsong Nonorn [22] from Buriram and Mr. Tientanai Chompho [20] from Chon-Buri, it was revealed that the drugs belonged to Mr. Nonorn who was on the way to drop them off to a buyer, when his motorbike ran out of fuel. Mr. Nonorn explained that the drug was in fact 3 grams of Ya-Ice and that Mr. Chompho had been driving past when he had asked him to assist in pushing the motorbike up to the petrol station.

Regardless of the youth’s allegations, police have arrested the pair and taken them to the station for further interrogation and questioning in relation to the possession and acquisition of a class-1 illegal substance. 
   

Reporter : Wirraphun   Photo : Wirraphun   Category : Crime News

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