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18 May 2010 :: 12:05:09 pm 20737

Whiskey Fuelled Day of Partying Leads To Mysterious Death

A middle-aged woman has mysteriously died near Pattaya after suffering a severe skull fracture whilst walking home from a family party with her husband on Monday. At present police have not ruled out murder although, given the circumstances surrounding the incident, it appears that the death may have been a result of an unfortunate accident.
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Sattahip, the 17th of May 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 6:00pm on Monday, police Captain Bandit Techawong (Sattahip Police Investigator) was notified of the woman’s death in Soi Rungrot, Sattahip. A team of officers and a doctor from the Sattahip Hospital were dispatched to the scene along with members of the Sawang Rodjanatham Foundation.

At the scene, police discovered the deceased body of Mrs. Sommai Khunphonpitak [45], lying on a bed. Initial investigations revealed that Mrs. Khunphonpitak had suffered a severe skull fracture and had severe bruising evident on various parts of her body. Police arrested Mr. Diew Suebkha [36], the deceased’s husband taking him to the Sattahip Police Station for further questioning. Mr. Suebkha was also severely intoxicated hampering police efforts in gaining a statement from him at the scene.

Police obtained statements from several of the couple’s neighbours who had stated that Mr. Suebkha had come to them in a state of distress explaining that his wife may have died. Although further examination of the deceased’s body did not immediately signify that she had been murdered, neighbours expressed their reticence in dismissing a homicide due to the couples numerous, frequently violent, alcohol fuelled arguments.

Having sobered-up somewhat, Mr. Suebkha pleaded with police that he had not murdered his wife, stating that she had fallen whilst walking home from a day long party at her relatives house. He explained that his wife had fallen to the ground heavily whilst they had been returning home, forcing him to carry her back to the house. Mr. Suebkha stated that he had not known immediately that his wife had died and thought that she had merely been knocked unconscious as a result of the fall. Accordingly, after she did not regain consciousness for sometime, Mr. Suebkha revealed that he had gone to his neighbours for assistance in the matter at which point they confirmed that she had died.

Police Cpt. Techawong explained to the press that murder had not yet been ruled out however at present it was suspected that Mrs. Khunphonpitak may have genuinely died as a result of her fall. Medical checks confirmed that the deceased had also been suffering from mild paralysis to the right side of her body following a stroke. Police are now eagerly awaiting the autopsy report whilst Mr. Suebkha has been released on bail whilst further investigations are in progress.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Crime News

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