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09 December 2012 :: 16:12:29 pm 69223

Two ESL Teachers Found Dead In Rangsit Room

A 40-year-old American and 35-year-old British man were found dead in a Rangsit apartment by the American’s Thai girlfriend. Both were English teachers, and had died while sitting on chairs in the living room. Several bottles of prescription pills were found nearby.
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BANGKOK – December 8, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 6 a.m., a report of two foreigners found dead in a Rangsit apartment was received by the police of Pratunam Chulalongkorn police station. The bodies were found in a 9th floor apartment of a well-known condominium building in Rangsit market.

The victims were identified as Mr. Charlie Milsom, age 35, nationality British; and Mr. Jonathan Louis, age 40, nationality American. Both men were sitting on chairs in the living room. There were no signs of violence or injuries to their bodies.

There was a vomit stain on the floor, and four bottles of medicine reportedly used to treat drug addiction. The medicine was from the Thanyarak Institute and belonged to Mr. Charlie. Police estimated that the men had been dead between 8-10 hours.

Police questioned the 44-year-old Thai girlfriend of Mr. Jonathan, who found the bodies. She said her longtime American boyfriend is a language teacher at a well-known private tutorial center at a Rangsit shopping complex. They had been renting the apartment for two years because it is close to his workplace.

On the previous night, Mr. Charlie came to visit her boyfriend, and they had stayed in the living room, where they locked the door and stayed quietly, she said. Just before going to bed, she knocked on their door, but no one answered. She heard the sounds of snoring, and assumed the men had dozed off. So she went to sleep in the bedroom.

After awaking early the next morning, she knocked on their door again. No one responded or replied to her knocking, and the room was quiet. So she called the security guard to force open the door. They discovered the two bodies sitting in chairs.

Police suspect the deaths may be related to underlying congenital diseases or the prescription medications. The police sent the bodies to perform autopsies to determine the causes of death. They also coordinated with the embassies to request to check the history of the two victims.

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