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26 April 2014 :: 13:04:49 pm 85008

Slovak-German Internet Con Men Arrested Whilst Hiding in Thailand

Immigration police have arrested a Slovak man who had been hiding and operating in Thailand for 4 years, also a German who cheated his victims out of 3 million baht via the internet was also arrested.
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BANGKOK – April 25, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 12.00 pm. Pol.Lt.Gen.Phanu Kerdlarbphol-Commissioner of immigration police-, Pol.Maj.Gen.Montree Protranun-Deputy Commissioner of immigration police- and Pol.Maj.Gen.Warawuth Thaweechaikarn-Commander of immigration police- had made a statement that Pol.Col.Chayawuth Jansomboon- Superintendent of immigration police- and police agents had arrested Mr.Dusan Keckes aged 55 who was transnational criminal and a member of a Slovak criminal organizations. He had been hiding in Thailand for 4 years because he was being hunted by Slovak police because he had taken about 5,920,000 THB from operators in Zilina. After investigating the officers found out that he had illegally immigrated to Thailand.

Meanwhile Pol.ColThiKhamporn Srisung and the police agents had arrested Mr.Heinz Joseph Cholch aged 59, a German internet criminal who had a website selling products and defrauded customers by not shipping the products. He had 36 lawsuits against him and he had cheated people out of 3,200,000 THB . He had immigrated to Thailand to hide in 2012.

Pol.Lt.Gen.Phanu also added that while he was making the statement, he was informed that Mr.Pajah Niyomsangkorn was also arrested because he and his men had smuggled 66 alien labours into Thailand. The Myanmar agents would bring the labourers by boat from Myawaddy, Myanmar and transferred them via Maesod, Tak after that Mr.Pajah would take them to Bangkok. Mr.Pajah confessed that he would get between 12,000-16,000 baht of the wage per person and he had been doing it for a year and half.

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