Artikel tagged “police”

  • Kathu Police Chief to move in as Acting-Chief of Patong Police

    Kathu Police Chief to move in as Acting-Chief of Patong Police

    Today (November 21), Phuket Provincial Police Commander, Pol.

  • Widespread graft exposed in Phuket police case

    Widespread graft exposed in Phuket police case

    In the wake of the corruption investigation focusing on Phuket police, academics and stakeholders told a seminar held by the watchdog Police Watch that business operators on the island face police extortion worth millions of baht per month. The seminar was held at the Thai Journalists Association in Bangkok on Sunday.

  • Phuket holds a seminar for Ponzi scheme fraud protection

    Phuket holds a seminar for Ponzi scheme fraud protection

    A seminar was held today (November 9), aiming to provide knowledge to people about Ponzi schemes and fake products. The seminar was chaired by the Phuket Governor and attended by many authorities including Pol Col Prawut Wongseenil, Deputy Director General of DSI and President of Anti-Ponzi scheme Association, Samat Jenchaijitarawanit. A Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investment operation where the operator generates returns for older investors through revenue paid by new investors.

  • Taxi driver versus Police in Patong

    Taxi driver versus Police in Patong

    A taxi driver in Patong released a video clip of him getting a warning from two traffic police not to park in prohibited parking spots. The video shows the man complaining to the two police officers that there were many cars parked in the same area but none of them were caught by the police, only him who happened to be a taxi driver

  • Three vehicles in a crash in Thalang kills one, injures another

    Three vehicles in a crash in Thalang kills one, injures another

    At the scene, a car, motorcycle and truck had collided. The motorcyclist died in the collision.

  • 78 year old German killed in his Chalong home

    78 year old German killed in his Chalong home

    Last night (September 25), 52 year old Niran Pratumsin surrendered herself to police confessing that she had killed her husband in the house they lived.

  • Policeman being interrogated over Yingluck escape

    Policeman being interrogated over Yingluck escape

    A Police Colonel was detained for interrogation last night (Thursday) on suspicion of helping fugitive former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra flee the country.

  • Victim in Phang Nga gang-rape case faces suspects

    Victim in Phang Nga gang-rape case faces suspects

    A teenage girl who was allegedly gang raped in Phang Nga faced suspects in the case during a process to identify the alleged perpetrators at a police station on Wednesday. The identification procedure was ongoing yesterday at the Kok Kloi Police Station in Phang Nga’s Takua Thung district amid complaints from local residents, who said the scandal had ruined their village’s reputation and affected their lives

  • UPDATE – Phang Nga gang rape case

    UPDATE – Phang Nga gang rape case

    Two more men have been arrested yesterday (September 16) after Phang Nga Provincial Court issued 3 additional arrest warrants after 8 of them were issued earlier over the Phang Nga rape case. The village has also been found to play an important part in transporting various drugs to Phuket, according to police.

  • 3,000 items snared in Patong counterfeit crackdown

    3,000 items snared in Patong counterfeit crackdown

    A 33 year old Burmese man, Dam Bha Du and a 34 year old Vietnamese, Lam, have been arrested with a total of 3,000 counterfeit items from Patong. Following a report that a large number of counterfeit goods were being sold in Soi Kebsup on Taweewong Rd, a taskforce led by Phuket’s Governor, the ECD Police force and the Commander-in-Chief of Royal Thai Navy Region 3 visited the reported location and found 293 items including handbags, purses and belts, all imitations of luxury brand names such as Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Hermes which belonged to Lam. A further 2,360 pairs of counterfeit shoes branded with logos from Nike and Adidas were in the possession of Dam Bha Du.