Pattaya Daily News

27 July 2016 :: 10:07:36 am 114808

Six Suspect For Plundering Malaysian

Pattaya police caught a group of ladies and ladyboys who suspected for plundering a Malaysian man. Meanwhile, the suspects insisted to fight this case further.
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PATTAYA – July 25,2016 [PattayaDailyNews]; at 10.00am Pol Maj Gen Amphon Buarabphon, chief of Chonburi, Pol Col Apichai Krobpetch, chief of Pattaya police, Pol Lt Col Pawatchai Sudsakorn, deputy chief, Pol Maj Col Piyapong En-Sarn, inspector of tourist police, and police officers made the statement after they had arrested 6 suspects consisted of MR Napatcha Chanathanathisa 32-year-old, MR Pattara Pakdeekham 28-year-old, MR Woranitsa Phansuree 20-year-old, MISS Suksakorn Kaopanya 22-year-old, MISS Singlada Wongsuwan 28-year-old and MR Boonthanom Lintakhan 28-year-old. The officers filed them on charge of plundering.

 

On July 23, MR Teo Poh Yong notified police officer that he had been threatened and plundered 18,000 baht by a group of girls and ladyboys. The incident took place in Baron Beach hotel. In addition, MR Teo claimed that these guys stunted him with air stun gun.

 

Upon questioning Pattara he claimed that he didn’t use the kind of weapon to attack the victim. He added that he and his friends knew this man via WECHAT application before they met in the hotel. Plus, MR Teo agreed to pay 18,000 baht for them. However, the suspects argued with him about hotel payment before the man decided to notify the police officers. Pattara and friends confirmed that they would fight a case because they were defamed.

Reporter : Teerarak   Photo : Teerarak   Category : Crime News

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