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30 October 2012 :: 15:10:53 pm 68018

Sattahip Police Shut Down Student Slot Machines

The owner of a Sattahip grocery store was arrested for secretly operating three slot machines for students in nearby schools. Residents complained to police, who raided her store. Each machine offered payouts between 100-300 baht and brought in revenue up to 80,000 baht per month, she said.
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SATTAHIP – October 29, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]: at noon, the arrest of a grocery store owner for allowing students to play on illegal slot machines was made by Pol. Col. Chanapat Nawalak, the director of Sattahip police station; with Pol. Col. Prakorb Sangpring the vice director of suppression division; Pol. Lt. Col.Nipon Pongsanam, vice director of detective division; Pol. Lt. Col.Thapanat Chayanapat, the detective inspector; Pol. Lt. Col. Aphishana Wattanawarangkoon, the suppression inspector; Pol. Lt. Col.Wichanwit Kerykarn, the suppression inspector; and Pol. Lt. Capt. Thanasak Prasarttong, vice detective inspector.

The grocery store owner was identified as Ms. Somwarn Buabarn, age 60. She was arrested at her store that has no name, at address 0/7 Moo 4, Sattahip, Samaesan, Chonburi.

Also arrested were two employees, Mr. Surapong Khayan, or Kay, age 20; and Mr. Kriangsak Maneeshote or Golf, age 19. The suspects are charged with secretly engaging in gambling, and providing electric slot machine games to the public without permission.

The police made the arrests in response to complaints by Samaesan residents that a grocery store near the schools had secretly opened a slot machine service that was being used by many students.

The police went to check the store, and found three slot machine cabinets offered for customers to use. So the police arrested Ms. Somwarn and her two employees who ran the machines. During questioning, Ms. Somwarn said that she had secretly opened the slot machine service a long time ago, and pretended to run a grocery store to cover her illegal operation.

There had been many students coming around to play the machines. They had to drop 10 baht coin in to play, and if the lights signaled they had hit the jackpot, they would be rewarded between 100-300 baht. The monthly revenue from each slot machine ranged from 50,000 to 80,000 baht, she said.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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