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30 October 2013 :: 20:10:26 pm 79410

THB.1-Million Cocaine Seized Police Arrest Nigerian in Drug Bust

Thai Metropolitan police busted and arrested a Nigerian and his Thai wife in Bangkok’s Ramkhamhang area. Argument led to confession that they got it for sale from African friends the south.
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SAMUTPROKARN – October 29, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]: – Police Colonel Sanga Kanpirom, Director of detective department, (metropolitan police unit-4), was in a drug suppression operation. He held a press conference to announce that they had arrested 33-years old Nigerian, Mr. Shibuki Paul Aulloi or ‘Paul,’ and 33 years old, Mrs. Nittaya Embaki, living at house 64/1 moo-5, Bangpla, (Bangplee) in Bangkok, with 12.69 grams of ‘crystal-meth’ and 700-grams of cocaine, worth almost 1 million baht, plus a book for Kasikorn Thai bank account, a black luggage case and 2 phones.

Police Colonel Sanga said that this arrest, was related to the report from a spy, so the arresting team found that Mrs.Nittaya joined with Mr. Shibuki Paul Aulloi, to smuggle and sell crystal meth and cocaine , to both Thai s foreign teens, in the Ramkamhang region. They both lived in the third building of Sansabai Complex at Huamark, Bangkapi, in Bangkok, so police went to observe and found Mrs. Nittaya walking around the building, looking like she was high on drugs, so the police detained her to do a body search, and found that she had ‘crystal meth.’

She confessed that she got the drug from her husband, and then took out the ‘crystal meth’ hidden in her bra to show the police. However, her husband had just went out to deliver drugs at the top of Soi-Ramkamhang 60/4, so the police went to check and found the man walking there, so they arrested him and then came back to search their room. They found cocaine in the luggage and took it as evidence, then also found the back account showing that there was around 1-million Thai baht circulated within it, so the police liaised with the office of the Narcotic Control Board to seize the money in the bank account, which amounted to 380,000 Thai baht.

Mrs. Nittaya further stated to the police that she had been with ,’Paul’ for a year, but only just found that he was a drug dealer, so they quarrelled and then she used ‘crystal meth’ from her husband to lower her stress. It is believed that the man got the drug from his African friends living at a tourist location in the south, before re-selling it in the Ramkhamhang area of Bangkok, to both Thai and foreign teenagers.

Primarily the police made the allegation that Mrs. Nittaya, was in possession of the drug ‘crystal meth’ for sale illegally and also possessed ‘cocaine’ for sale illegally. As for ‘Paul,’ the police charged him for possessing the drug ‘cocaine’ to sell illegally, and for coming into the Kingdom and staying illegally. They have both been sent to Huamark, where a detective officer of the region is expected to prosecute them further. The profits from selling ‘hard drugs’ are big and so are the penalties and as they should be, because these criminal drug dealers destroy the lives of our young people.

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