Artikel tagged “police”

  • Nigerian tourist attacked and robbed of his rented motorbike

    Nigerian tourist attacked and robbed of his rented motorbike

    PHUKET: A Nigerian tourist was attacked and robbed at about 6pm yesterday by two men of Caucasian appearance.

  • Motorbike dumped in pond mystifies park-goers

    Motorbike dumped in pond mystifies park-goers

    PHUKET: Police and local residents are scratching their heads over a motorcycle found dumped in a pond at Rama IX Park (King’s Park) in Phuket Town (map

  • Two Phuket cop-kickers caught

    Two Phuket cop-kickers caught

    PHUKET: Police have arrested two of the four suspects they believe are responsible for assaulting police officers trying to make an arrest of a suspect wanted for attempted murder and other charges (story

  • Phuket Police officer beaten in mass brawl as suspect resists arrest

    Phuket Police officer beaten in mass brawl as suspect resists arrest

    PHUKET: Police in Cherng Talay are on the lookout for an unknown number of suspects after a senior officer was badly beaten and a squad of at least five other policemen suffered minor injuries while attempting to serve an arrest warrant on Monday. Cherng Talay Deputy Superintendent Sommai On-khum regained consciousness at Vachira Phuket Hospital in Phuket Town on Monday to discover he had suffered a broken molar tooth and extensive bruising to his face and legs.

  • Phuket Police arrest shooter of Russian tourist

    Phuket Police arrest shooter of Russian tourist

    PHUKET: Police have arrested the man who injured a Russian tourist by opening fire on a car in a fit of road rage in Rawai last month. Officers took Narongsak Saelim, 21, into custody yesterday, the same day Phuket Provincial Court issued a warrant for his arrest (story

  • Krabi killer manhunt moves to Koh Lanta

    Krabi killer manhunt moves to Koh Lanta

    PHUKET: Police are scouring the tourist island of Koh Lanta, across Phang Nga Bay from Phuket, in their efforts to arrest double-homicide fugitive Samran “Khui” Suetrong. Samran is wanted for shooting dead his stepson’s wife, Siripan Noorod, 24, and her 19-month-old son Autthakorn Noorod, at their home in Krabi’s Khao Phanom District on Monday night (story

  • Phuket party thieves loot liquor store

    Phuket party thieves loot liquor store

    PHUKET: Police are on the lookout for the suspects who stole 12 kegs of beer, two cartons of cigarettes and 10 bottles of whisky from a liquor store in Baan Lipon, in Phuket’s northern district of Thalang. They even stole the store’s pickup truck to make off with the party essentials, reported police. So far, officers are stumped for clues.

  • 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 Police on standby to counter farmers’ protests in Deep South

    Phuket Police on standby to counter farmers’ protests in Deep South

    PHUKET: Phuket Police are on standby to provide reinforcements for the Nakhon Sri Thammarat Provincial Police as the Deep South province braces for further protests by palm oil and rubber farmers. Oil palm and rubber farmers protesting against the depressed prices for palm oil and rubber blocked the railway at Ban Tun junction in Cha-uat district this morning. In response, Phuket Provincial Police Deputy Commander Peerayuth Karachedi today ordered the superintendents from every police station across Phuket to make available a total of 155 policemen.

  • New evidence in American expat death points to natural causes

    New evidence in American expat death points to natural causes

    PHUKET: A tombstone unearthed in the tiny village of Bang Phuying last month has led a crack team of local forensic scientists to speculate that the apparent death of one of Phuket’s first American expats, Carter J. Wyatt, may have been the result of perfectly natural causes. The head of the team, Police Detective Chadjen Maikaojai, told the Phuket Gazette this morning that the inscription on the stone, authored by Wyatt himself, “may have been written before his death,” and that foul play is now “definitely suspected”.

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