Artikel tagged “phuket gazette”

  • Bomb suspects arrested in Pattani following two investigations

    Bomb suspects arrested in Pattani following two investigations

    PHOTO: Thai PBS Thai PBS reports that military and police officers have arrested two men suspected of involvement in the bombing of ATM machines in Pattani’s in May this year. Soldiers were sent to search two targets in Tambon Khlong Mai of Yarang district this morning. The first target was a house at Ban Chalong where 28 year old Malawi Maming was arrested.

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    ‘Big Joke’ stops to help Phuket hit and run victim

    PHOTOS: Deputy Commander of the Tourist Police Bureau Maj Gen Surachete Hakparn Deputy Commander of the Tourist Police Bureau based in Bangkok, Maj Gen Surachete Hakparn, ordered his team to stop they convey of official vehicles to help a student who had been hit in Phuket Town this afternoon (Aug 3). Maj Gen Surachete reported that he saw the accident while he and his team were on their way to appointments in Phuket. A motorbike had been hit by another vehicle in Soi Surin 3 in Phuket Town.

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    Indian man assaulted and killed in Krabi

    An Indian man was killed by another Indian citizen after he was assaulted by his co-worker’s wife while she was taking a bath yesterday (Aug 2) in Krabi. The reenactment held this morning was led by Khao Panom Police Chief Col Kajit Kongprab. The attacker was 25 year old Indian, Prakart Natarang, who is a staff member of a biomass power plant in Khao Panom, Krabi

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    7,000 pirated items seized in Samui sting

    Thailand’s favourite neighbourhood crime buster, Big Joke and his tourist police taskforce, have been working the markets of Koh Samui – the distribution network selling pirated goods on the island. Pol Maj Gen Surachet Hakpal says he was following orders from PM Prayut Chan-ocha to stamp out piracy. The deputy head of the tourist police was pictured on the Tourist Police website surrounded by fake goods that were on sale at Chaweng Beach. Some 7,000 items worth 2 million baht were seized at seven locations.

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    Police search Patong bar owner’s rentals and home – Sattahip murder investigation

    Police searched Patong Bar owner Panya ‘Sia Auan’ Yingdang’s accommodation for evidence that may link him to the Sattahip double murder over the weekend. Chonburi Police, investigating the double execution-style murders in the car park of Buddha Mountain in Sattahip, say their initial investigations revealed a number of key suspects. Read more about the issuing of a warrant for the arrest of Panya Yingdang  HERE

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    Villager headman dies in Krabi road accident, six injured

    A Nakhon Si Thammarat village headman has died in a road accident in Krabi after heading from Phuket to Nakhon Si Thammarat.

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    “I am not a security threat” – Thanathorn Joengrungruangkit

    PHOTOS: The Nation Thanathorn Joengrungruangkit, the acting leader of the new Future Forward Party has reported to the Technology Crime Suppression Division to defend himself against allegation filed against him by the NCPO over a Facebook live streaming event, deemed to be critical of the military government. Colonel Burin Thongprapai of the NCPO’s legal affairs department has accused Thanathorn of violating the Computer Crime Act for criticising the junta over the alleged poaching of ex-MPs of several parties and its failure to fix problems in farm prices. After the meeting with the TCSD police, the young politician told the media that whatever he spoke in the Facebook livestreaming on June 29 were facts and he didn’t think it amounted to political gathering of more than five people — an activity banned sine the junta swept to power in a coup in 2014

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    Thai officials make official request for Yingluck’s extradition

    The Thai Government has made an official request to the UK for the extradition of fugitive former PM Yingluck Shinawatra for prosecution back in Thailand. The Thai Embassy in London sent a letter dated July 5 to the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office with attached copies of the Supreme Court verdict in the case against Yingluck along with her arrest warrant. The letter cites a 1911 treaty between the UK and ‘Siam’, Thailand’s former name, on the extradition of fugitive criminals

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    Toon’s back on the road, this time with his band

    By Mr Badboy Remember Artiwara “Toon” Kongmalai and his epic run – south to north of Thailand to raise money for the country’s public hospitals? Well he’s had a well deserved rest and now getting back on the road, this time with his band ‘Bodyslam’ for a tour of 15 University campuses. The band, one of Thailand’s most popular, is setting off on a campus tour this week

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    Thais and foreigners stranded on Lombok volcano following earthquake

    In the wake of this morning’s Lombok earthquake, some 500 Thais and foreigners have been stranded on an active volcano on the Indonesian island. Lombok is situated about 100 kilometres from Bali.