Pattaya Daily News

10 January 2013 :: 15:01:59 pm 70213

Three Teens Run But Cannot Hide From Police

Three teen prisoners jumped out of a moving Pattaya police car in Samet, Muang, on the way to youth court in Chonburi. The boys disappeared into a mangrove forest, but were found after a 3-hour search by more than 100 police and volunteer police officers.
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CHONBURI – January 9, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 11:30 am, officers from Muang Chonburi requested more police officers to help them find three escaped teen prisoners. The boys had jumped from a Pattaya police car while being transported to the youth court. The escape took place near Phraya Satja road in the Samet area of Chonburi.

Dispatched to the scene were 60 Special Operations officers from the Chonburi provincial police force, sent by inspector Pol. Lt. Col. Thanapan Jantep.

The search for the young fugitives was difficult, because the area was full of mangrove trees. After officers had searched for long time, more help arrived with a troop of 30 police volunteers from the sub-district administration organization. They also brought a tractor.

The Pattaya police showed pictures of the teen prisoners to the arriving officers, and also informed them that the leader of the three fugitives was a 15-year-old boy named “Bank.” Mr. Bank is the one who convinced the other two boys to jump from the police car, police said.

A short while later, the two young followers of Bank, “Mr. Dam” and Mr. “Dang” (aliases), were found. The two boys had been handcuffed together, which had hindered their efforts to hide further into the woods.

But the police still could not find Mr. Bank, and had to request for supporting forces from many organizations. Nearly 100 officers spent several hours searching for the elusive Mr. Bank.

The police then began using the tractor to start cutting down trees to flush out Mr. Bank. While hiding out, Mr. Bank had been sleeping silently in the woods. But he woke up when he heard the sound of the tractor engine cutting down the trees.

Mr. Bank then felt afraid to die. So he called out to the police to surrender himself. After he was arrested, Mr. Bank begged for food and Coca Cola from the officers. He told them that he had escaped because he was hungry.

After checking his record, police found that Mr. Bank has many convictions for delivering meth. He has been in and out of the youth court several times. Police sent the chronic lawbreaker to Chonburi police station to send to the court again.

Photo : Internet   Category : Crime News

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