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Pattaya Daily News

14 August 2012 :: 13:08:30 pm 65673

Volunteer Police Rough Up Two Boys In False Arrest

A Pattaya police captain apologized to two 17-year-old boys after they were roughly detained by the Pattaya volunteer police, who suspected them of recent thefts on soi Buakhao. The boys were freed after a theft victim said they were not the culprits.
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PATTAYA – August 13, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 1 a.m., Pol. Capt. Vitsanu Chaisuwan, Deputy Inspector, Pattaya police station, Chonburi province, was notified by the volunteer police of the Pattaya police station that they had captured two theft suspects.

The volunteer police said they spotted the two male suspects riding a red-black Honda Wave motorbike, license number 87 Chonburi. The young suspects looked like the culprits behind recent “snatch and run” thefts on Soi Buakhao.

After detaining the suspects, the volunteer police asked for police support, so the police team rushed to the scene. The suspects were being held at the roadside of Thepprasit road, at the beginning of Soi 11 Moo 12 Tambon Nong Preu, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province.

The two arrested suspects had been handcuffed by the volunteer police and were lying face down to the ground. So the police asked for the cause of arresting.

The volunteer police said the two arrested boys, both about 17 years-old, were riding a motorbike with license number similar to the one being used by a thief who had been snatching property and escaping on Soi Buakhao

Pol. Capt. Vitsanu Chaisuwan then let the volunteer police take the two boys to the investigative officer at the Pattaya police station. The theft victim was also summoned to identify the suspects.

But the victim said the two boys were not the people who had snatched and escaped with the property. So Pol. Capt. Vitsanu Chaisuwan apologized to the two boys and let them free.

After being released, the two boys said they were very disturbed and disappointed at being manhandled by the volunteer police when they had not committed any crimes.

They asked why the volunteer police had used so much force and power to detain them, by shoving them roughly to the ground and then handcuffing them.

The two boys were protesting that they were not thieves, but the volunteer police didn’t listen to them and instead scolded them harshly.

The two innocent boys said they are also good people, and are better than these volunteer police.

One boy said would like to ask the offending officers to recognize that suspects have the right to be treated fairly, and they should not presume that people are guilty beforehand.

He said the volunteer police abused their power by manhandling them. A police apology is not enough to undo the damage that was done did to them, the boy said.

Reporter : Kong Siptis   Photo : Kong Siptis   Category : Community News

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