Pattaya Daily News

30 July 2012 :: 14:07:39 pm 65357

Wife Bugs Police for Arrested Husband’s Belongings

A pregnant Cambodian wife complained to the media that police are slow to return her arrested husband’s belongings from the Pattaya police station that includes 3,7000 THB. Her husband was arrested for smuggling a Cambodian child into Thailand to work as a beggar.
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PATTAYA – July 28,2012[Pattaya Daily News]; At 11 p.m., journalists working in the Muang Pattaya police station were approached by Mrs.Na Heng, 24, a Cambodian native who is 5 months pregnant, with two children.

She told the journalists that she has not been given her arrested husband’s possesions by police officers after several requests. Her husband, Mr. Cha, 27, had been arrested on July 25 for forcing a 7-year-old Cambodian child to be a beggar in Pattaya. He had been kept at the Pattaya police station before being sent to the Chonburi immigration bureau office at Jomtien soi 5.

After he got arrested, Mr. Cha had called his wife to ask the Pattaya police station for his seized belongings that included 3,700 baht in cash and a cell phone. However, when she went to the police station, she was informed that the officer who had responsibility for the money was off duty. She was told to return the next day. But when she returned, the jail officer on duty refused to give her husband’s belongings to her.

She came again for the third time, but still was not given the belongings. Instead, an officer on duty wrote down the names of the other two officers who had responsibility for her husband’s assets, and gave her the names.

She became fed up with the delays, so she approached the journalists to appeal for help with higher authorities. When the journalists and Mrs. Na approached officers in front of the control room about the matter, the officer on duty got angry that she had brought a journalist along. He shouted that she had to return the next day.


Cambodian Caught Beating Child Beggar Near Beach

Pattaya police arrested a Cambodian man who had abducted a 7-year-old Cambodian boy and smuggled him into Thailand to beg tourists for money. He was arrested after a tourist saw him beating the boy near Beach Road.

Reporter : Nirach Thipsrikun   Photo : Nirach Thipsrikun   Category : Community News

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