Pattaya Daily News

08 September 2008 :: 12:09:39 pm 10437

“Tao Pachajeen” Naklua Criminal, Social Danger Of Pattaya City

On September 7th, 2008, a First Lieutenant police officer responded to a phone call at 02.30, that a teenage gang had shot and injured people in front of the Esso petrol station at South Naklua, Chonburi.
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At the scene of the incident Police found only a pool of blood , the victims having already been taken to Banglamung hospital. They also found a 9mm. bullet and a pink Yamaha Fino, with red license plate No. 18-817, Pattaya, lying on the ground.

At Banglamung hospital, a 14-year-old-boy, Jaruensak Chueysiri, had sustained one shot to the back of his neck and the bullet went through to his right cheek, and another shot on his left foot. He was in a coma and immediately transferred to Chonburi hospital.

Mr. Wacharin Rodtung (15), a friend of Juruensak, told police that he and a group of 6 people had gone out on 3 motorbikes to a friend’s birthday party. During a toilet visit at the Esso petrol station, 4 criminals on 2 motorbikes arrived. One of them fired a gun at them about 6 times. The young boy Jaruensak was shot on the back of his neck, collapsing on the floor.

“At the same time, patrolling police had passed by. The suspects panicked and run away in the dark leaving behind a motorbike and a gun. Young boy Juruensak was taken to Banglumung hospital by a Samaritan” Wacharin said.

At about the same time, a Banglamung officer was also notified of another shooting involving 4 injuries. This crime took place on Sukhumvit road, 100 meters away from Bangkok Pattaya hospital. A Police team and the Sawang Boriboon rescue found 4 injured victims: Mr. U-tane Boonkam (22) was shot on both arms, Mr. Banyat Jerdthong (19) was shot on the right leg, Mr.Somchart Manasrudee (16) was shot in the middle of his back and Mr.Pinyo Sithimala (20) was shot on his left leg.

“We were among 10 people, riding on motorbikes to go back home, after being at a pub. There were a number of teenagers, sitting on motorbikes by the roadside. One of them, who was recognized as Mr. Tao Pachajeen, a major Naklua criminal, had fired 5 gunshots and injured me and my friends and then all of them immediately rode away to different places.” one of the injured, Mr. Somchart said.

Police revealed that Mr. Krisada Ponpaipal (21), or “Tao Pachajeen” (alias), was a delinquent who had often caused trouble, shooting his enemies over and over. Furthermore, he had been accused of drugs dealing and the possession of guns, but had been bailed out.

“This person is a social evil. Police have previously tried to collect evidence to indict him but Mr. Tao has made it difficult by moving around all the time, which has made the arrest easier said than done. But following these current cases, police would be expediting the investigation to bring the criminal to justice shortly.” Police said

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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