Artikel tagged “house”

  • Illegal lottery operator arrested in Phang Nga

    Illegal lottery operator arrested in Phang Nga

    Phang Nga police have arrested 47 year old Pramote Jiaranai, 30 year old Omthip Padtae and 33 year old Achiwan Janthadom for illegal lottery trading yesterday (October 6). At the scene, a house in Taimuang District, Phang Nga, police seized the lottery notes, 55,445 Baht in cash, a notebook computer and a calculator.

  • Phang Nga family pleas for Bangkok bombing suspect to be sent back for trial

    Phang Nga family pleas for Bangkok bombing suspect to be sent back for trial

    The family of Wanna Suansan, from Phang Nga, (Wanna is a suspect in the Ratchaprasong/Erawan Shrine bomb case), is calling for her return to Thailand after she has given birth and raised 2 children in Turkey’s immigration prison over the past 2 years. Right before the bomb, which happened in the middle of Bangkok at Ratchaprasong intersection on August 17, 2015, she was traveling to Turkey. The 30 year old Wanna was arrested with her husband, Emrah Davutoglu, a Turkish man who was alleged to possess war materials and bombs

  • Sneaky snake slips into Krabi house

    Sneaky snake slips into Krabi house

    Another python has been found in the bedroom of a Krabi house. Early today (August 24), 72 year old Subin Kongban found a 15 kilogram python crawling in the house after eating his chicken at the back of the house. “I was going to the toilet and found it crawling in the house, almost by my bed, so I called the rescue team for help,” said Subin.

  • A tale of two drug hauls. Drugs found in Ratsada and Tha Chat Chai.

    A tale of two drug hauls. Drugs found in Ratsada and Tha Chat Chai.

    Police arrested 32 year Teerapong “Jane” Wonganansup with 522 pills of amphetamine, 42.47 grams of crystal meth, a 9 mm. semi-automatic pistol, a .22 semi-automatic pistol, 130 bullets and a digital scale. After a report from an undercover officer, police made a visit to Teerapong’s house in Soi Paniang, Ratsada

  • In memory of ‘Mrs Palmer of the Phuket Hash House Harriers’

    In memory of ‘Mrs Palmer of the Phuket Hash House Harriers’

    Well-known local healer and Phuket triathlete Richard Patrick Cracknell, 66, passed away in Hawaii in the care of his son Jesse on October 24. He succumbed to complications arising from an idiopathic degenerative motor neuron disease (MND)

  • Another armed drug suspect arrested in Phuket

    Another armed drug suspect arrested in Phuket

    PHUKET: Police on Wednesday raided a house in a residential area in Thalang, where they seized 2,446 pills of ya bah (methamphetamine) and about 408g of ya ice (crystal methamphetamine). Acting on a tip-off from plainclothes officers, Thalang Police Deputy Superintendent Pisit Chunpet served a warrant to search the house, in Baan Don, for drugs. “We arrived at 3pm and saw several teenagers around the house, but they ran as soon as they saw us.

  • Huge Phuket python caught seeking shelter

    Huge Phuket python caught seeking shelter

    PHUKET: A man checking his house for leaks during heavy rain in northern Phuket this morning spotted a huge python near the back of the house, trying to get in.

  • Phuket kratom plantation cleared

    Phuket kratom plantation cleared

    PHUKET: Police yesterday afternoon raided a property in Patong, on Phuket’s west coast, and cut down about 20 kratom trees. The orchard owner, named by police as Sathit Jaihaw, 37, had about 20 big kratom trees growing on his property, and in his house police found three small packages of harvested leaves pre-packed for sale

  • Phuket boy, 12, home alone escapes as blaze engulfs slum

    Phuket boy, 12, home alone escapes as blaze engulfs slum

    PHUKET: A 12-year-old home alone boy had a lucky escape from his house on Tuesday morning, as fire broke about in the poor Soi Kingkaew community in Rassada, north of Phuket Town, destroying two homes. Suriya Inkaew was home alone while his mother, 56-year-old Gaysorn Yungyeun, was out collecting recyclables from trash to make a living

  • Thai Army digs deep in Phuket to recover landslide house

    Thai Army digs deep in Phuket to recover landslide house

    PHUKET: A sortie of 15 soldiers from the Royal Thai Army 2nd Infantry Battalion based in Ranong arrived in Phuket yesterday to help excavate by hand a house located high in the hills of Kamala, on Phukets west coast. Heavy rains last Thursday caused earth on the slope above the house to slide down the hill, coming to rest along one wall of the modest home. The weight of the dirt held back by the house had the residents worried that their home could slip downhill at any time, even in the middle of the night