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07 April 2014 :: 07:04:12 am 83941

Royal Thai Navy descendants caught drug dealing

Sattahip sheriff made a statement about the arrest of 2 drug dealers who are the descendants of government officers in The Royal Thai Navy. They used the government house on the navy base as cover for their drug dealing.
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SATTAHIP – April 5, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 1.00 p.m.; Mr. Phawat Lertmookda (Sattahip sheriff, Chonburi province) together with Captain Khomphan Ouppalanon [Head of special operation officers of National Command Centre for Combating Drug (NCCD), Sattahip Naval Base] mobilised forces of Administration officers and sailors to purchase drugs with marked bank notes from 2 drug dealers who are descendants of government officers in the Royal Thai Navy. They were identified as Mr A (alias), aged 18 and Mr Jirachot or Ja Romsuk, aged 21, in the allegation of together having amphetamines in their possession for selling totalling 154 amphetamine pills and 10,000THB of marked bank notes used to purchase the pills. They were arrested in front of house no. 2234/289 Moo 2 Tambon Sattahip, Amphur Sattahip, Chonburi Province.

Mr. Phawat Lertmookda (Sattahip sheriff) revealed that before the officers arrested the 2 drug dealers they found out that Mr. A and Mr. Ja were descendants of government officers in the Royal Thai Navy and stayed in a government house on the Navy base . Therefore, Mr. Phawat mobilised forces to purchase 70 amphetamines from Mr. A at a price of 10,000 THB with marked bank notes. They arranged to pick up the drugs in front of Mr. A’s house and after the undercover agent gave the money to Mr. A and Mr. Ja the undercover officers identified themselves and arrested them both. The officers then searched Mr. A’s house where they found 4 amphetamine pills hidden in his bed and 80 pills hidden underneath his bed. Initially, Mr A and Mr Ja confessed that they had sold drugs for a long time by using the government house as a place to hide the drugs.

Captain Khomphan Ouppalanon said that the arrest of the descendants of government officers of Royal Thai Navy that sold drug by using the government house to commit the offense was regarded as a severe offense. Initially, the officers will investigate the owners of the 2 houses to see whether they are involved with the drug trade or not and also issued a notice to get leave the government house immediately. He would like to warn the government officers that if they are found that they involved with drugs they will be prosecuted according to the law without any exception.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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