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16 November 2009 :: 10:11:03 am 8412

Young Lady Forced To Deal Drugs In Order To Pay Off Debts

A young lady (from the Pattaya district), who borrowed a sizable amount of money from an illegal money lender, has turned to drug dealing to pay-off the debt. Her decision was made due to threats made by the lenders explaining the consequences of late payment.
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Pattaya, the 15th of November 2009 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 1:30am on the 15th of November police Lieutenant General Kris Siriprasertchoke (chief inspector with the Na Jomtien Police Station), received a report that a drug deal was about to take place. The report was made by an undercover operative. It was divulged to Lt General Siriprasertchoke that a drug deal involving amphetamines would take place near Soi Nong Jab Tao in the Sattahip sub-district. Lt General Siriprasertchoke put together a taskforce who were sent to the scene to investigate.

When police arrived at the scene they quickly confronted a young lady who was in the pre-described location, looking both nervous and suspicious. Police obtained her ID card which revealed her name to be Miss Kanjana Thongkhaow age 20, who is a resident of the Huay Yai sub-district. Miss Thongkhaow was in possession of 10 pills of amphetamines. After a brief interrogation, she revealed to police that she had bought the drugs off of another dealer, Tid (real name unknown). The price that she had payed for the drugs was 200 baht per pill. Miss Thongkhaow explained that she had intended to on sell the drugs in the Sattahip region for an amount of 350 baht per pill. The young lady also revealed to police at the scene that she was forced into this risky criminal activity due to the inability to pay off some debts owed to illegal money lenders in Pattaya. Miss Thongkhaow was arrested and charged with possession and intent to sell a class-1 drug.

Following her arrest police asked Miss Thongkhaow to contact her supplier and organise a meet where she would purchase an amount of 270 amphetamine pills. Reluctantly agreeing the deal was set-up. Police attended the pre-arranged meet location in Soi Wadtham, Pattaya, finding a Mr Chalad Thongkhaow age 51 of Samut Prakarn province in possession of the 270 pills. Mr Thongkhaow explained to police that he was not the major dealer that they were searching for, explaining that he had purchased the pills from another man in Samut Prakarn. Mr Thongkhaow was convicted of possession and the intent to sell a class-1 drug. He was sent to the Banglamung Police station where investigators will arrange a court appearance for him.

further report of a deal about to happen involving the drug Ice. The location for the proposed deal was on the corner of Soi Wadyarn and Sukhumvit Road. Police attended the scene and arrested a Mr Prajak Khumchum age 29, of Pattaya, in possession of 1.4 grams of Ice. Mr Khumchum declared that someone had employed him for the price of 500 baht to deliver the drugs. Mr Khumchum was arrested and charged with possession and the intent to sell a class-1 drug.

Police Lt General Siriprasertchoke at the conclusion of investigations revealed that it was quite common for a captured dealer to use a cover story (such as the money lending), in the hope that the police will have some pity for them. Lt General Siriprasertchoke further explained that when it came to drugs the Thai police did not make any exceptions regardless of the alleged circumstances. All cases are treated equal and culprits are charged in accordance with Thai law.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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