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Bad start into the new year:
Bangkok Post Top cops linked to illegal site
Chuvit Kamolvisit is calling on the national police chief to take immediate action against two senior police officers accused of being behind a large online gambling network. He said the macau888 network, which had about 5.5 billion baht in circulation, was relatively small compared to another gambling network run by "Inspector Sua" and "General Jor".
Bangkok Post Investigators await totals in online gambling kingpin's bank accounts
No arrest warrant, delays in freezing accounts and banks unable to assess how much money is in accounts - a truly trustworthy Department of Special Investigation (DSI) ....
Bangkok Post 'Sua' has a parlour: Chuvit
"Inspector Sua", the police officer allegedly involved in an online gambling network, used an appointee to run a massage parlour, says Chuvit Kamolvisit, the massage parlour tycoon turned whistleblower.
Bangkok Post Investigation begins into 'inspector Sua's' alleged business empire
Bangkok Post 15-day deadline for probe into 'police gambling network'
Bangkok Post Hundreds of links to 'Inspector Sua' probed
Bangkok Post Latest 'triad' network boss faces charges
Bangkok Post Alleged Chinese 'triad' leader detained, visa revoked
Bangkok Post Alleged triad leader faces three charges, say police
Bangkok Post Official says 33 scholars guilty of academic fraud
Prachatai ENGLISH Thai senator's deep involvement with Myanmar junta crony exposed
Bangkok Post Move Forward not worried about senator's lawsuit
National Geographic Society Thai poaching kingpin is on the run after prison sentence
Thai PBS World Five Thai Excise Dept. officials suspended for alleged extortion
Bangkok Post Police headquarters commander shot dead 'by wife'
Khaosod ENGLISH Thai Famous Cop Killed by His Wife, Who Was Also a Cop
The Pattaya News CCTV Catches Thai Excise Officers Allegedly Extorting Money from Elderly Grocer
Bangkok Post Police to probe Saipay69 Senior officer linked to gambling site
Bangkok Post Local police chief in Chon Buri probed for gambling link
Bangkok Post Police chip away at network of 'Inspector Sua'
Bangkok Post Chuvit targets Chidchob clan
Bangkok Post Fire destroys police building in Bangkok's Sathon
Bangkok Post Bail opposed for aide to 'Inspector Sua', 5 others in gambling case
Bangkok Post Chuvit swears he's acting on his own Whistleblower to step up campaign against graft, cannabis policy linked to Bhumjaithai Party
Bangkok Post Legal disputes may delay Orange Line, warns MRTA Media claim that about 30 billion baht have been siphoned off through corruption ....
Bangkok Post Visa racket report fingers 107 immigration officers This is certainly only the tip of the iceberg
Bangkok Post Sattahip resort 'acquired land from former politician' But the Navy has not released his name or the person in charge of the land trade. We only know the name of the Minister for Defence under whose authority and command this happened: Prayut Chan-o-cha.
Bangkok Post Sukhumbhand facing Green Line graft charges NACC names 13 individuals and entities in connection with extension contract signed in 2012.
Bangkok Post Chuvit petitions graftbusters to probe Saksayam He petitioned the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) to look into four cases of alleged misconduct relating to Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob and the Bhumjaithai Party.
Bangkok Post Probe into revoked drug arrest warrant for senator The national police chief has ordered an investigation into the revocation of a warrant for the arrest of a senator suspected of involvement in a drug and money-laundering case.
Prachatai ENGLISH Leaked letter alleges Court top brass had Thai senator's arrest warrant revoked Leaked testimony from a police officer shows that executives in the Criminal Court stepped in and revoked an arrest warrant on drug and money laundering charges issued against Thai senator Upakit Pachariyangkun.
Bangkok Post Tearful senator denies drug allegations Upakit says accusers have fabricated evidence linking him to accused Myanmar trafficker for political gain
Bangkok Post Probe sought into Upakit's assets Drug-link allegations 'not politically driven'
OCCRP Experts Warn of Political Interference After Thai Court Quashed Senator's Arrest Warrant Judicial officials in Thailand revoked an arrest warrant for a powerful senator on drug trafficking and money laundering charges
When this - according to media reports - illegal junta government appoints a rightly convicted drug trafficker and a suspected drug trafficker as minister and senator respectively, one knows what to think of this country and its government.
Bangkok Post Ex-top cop denies drug lobby claims
Bangkok Post Agitated cop fires shots in housing estate The police man with mental problems is working at the Special Branch Bureau, holding the position of inspector.
Bangkok Post Police-shooter standoff continues in Bangkok
Bangkok Post Police-shooter shot, wounded, siege ends Pol Lt Col Kittikarn Saengbun, 51, an inspector attached to Special Branch Bureau's Intelligence Development Centre, was shot and wounded by police commandos at 12:19. The officer succumbed to his injuries on the same night.
Bangkok Post Police to undergo mental health checks nationwide Police officers across the country will undergo mental health screening to prevent a recurrence of a 27-hour police siege at a house in Bangkok this week.
Bangkok Post Chakthip in hot water over smart cars Former national police chief Pol Gen Chakthip Chaijinda guilty of procurement irregularities in relation to the acquisition of 260 smart patrol cars worth more than 900 million baht.
Thai PBS World Former national police chief Chakthip to face corruption charges Thailand's National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) has decided to file corruption charges against former national police chief Pol Gen Chakthip Chaijinda and 45 other individuals and legal entities over the procurement of 260 "smart" electric police patrol cars
Khaosod ENGLISH Five Patong Police Are Removed After DOPA Raid Underage Sex Bar The police officers from Patong Provincial Police Station allowed the bar in Patong to provide underage girls as prostitutes to foreign customers.
The Nation Thailand Three police charged with kidnapping Chinese man in botched scam Three police officers were arrested on Tuesday for allegedly kidnapping a Chinese national and his female interpreter during a botched passport-renewal scam at the Chaengwattana government complex in Bangkok.
Bangkok Post Warrants issued for 4 immigration officers for crypto extortion Arrest warrants have been approved for four immigration police accused of the abduction of a Chinese man and Thai woman
Bangkok Post Immigration officers suspended, named in crypto extortion case Four immigration officers accused of the abduction and crypto extortion of a Chinese man and his Thai interpreter have been suspended from the police force pending further investigation.
Bangkok Post Immigration officer wanted for abduction, extortion surrenders Fourth and final suspect remanded in custody in case involving Chinese and Thai victims
Bangkok Post Kalasin police trio investigated for bribery Officers accused of demanding B500'000 for release of drug suspect
Bangkok Post Three police charged with extortion A committee in Kalasin will investigate three police officers accused of demanding 500'000 baht in bribes in exchange for the release of a suspect caught with 2'000 methamphetamine pills
Bangkok Post Chuvit to sue Sittra over 'bribe' claim Whistleblower says donations returned
The new year has not started well for Thailand's civil servants: One scandal after another shakes the Royal Thai Police, senators and other officials!
The Pattaya News Chinese Woman Abducted for 4.7 Million Baht Ransom in Pattaya A Chinese woman has been abducted while getting her kid at a school in Pattaya. Her husband filed a complaint with the police, saying the suspects wanted 4.7 million baht in exchange for his wife's freedom.
The Pattaya News Pattaya Police Bust Alleged Indian Scammer in Pattaya for Scamming American Victims of Three Billion Baht An Indian man and his Thai wife have been taken into custody by Pattaya Police today for allegedly scamming multiple American victims of over three billion baht.
Bangkok Post Police raids target swindlers preying on American retirees An Indian man and three Thai women were detained for questioning during police raids on 36 premises in four provinces.
Bangkok Post More arrests in phone scams targeting Americans 15 Thais and 5 Indians now detained in connection with network that bilked people out of B3 billion
Thai PBS World Three suspected insurgents killed at Narathiwat jungle hideout Three suspected insurgents were shot dead by Thai security forces at a jungle hideout in the Si Sakhon district of the southern province of Narathiwat on March 20th.
Bangkok Post Police nab 11 linked to online gambling, raid four properties Police raided four properties and arrested 11 suspects allegedly involved in online gambling websites
Bangkok Post: 'Influential' Thais linked to fishy bank account Case centres on attempts to gain access to B176m believed to come from Chinese-run scams.
Bangkok Post: New arrest in immigration abduction-ransom case Police have arrested a Thai man as an accessory in the alleged abduction and crypto-ransom by immigration police officers of a Chinese man and his Thai interpreter.
Bangkok Post: Police raid 17 locations with online gambling links Home owned by husband of actress Yardthip Rajpal among targets.
Bangkok Post Whistleblower Chuvit denies knowing Amlo bigwig Whistleblower Chuvit Kamolvisit has denied knowing a high-ranking anti-money laundering official personally, after the latter was allegedly linked to a 6-million-baht bribe.
Bangkok Post Senior district official caught with envelope holding B3.2m bribe A senior Bangkok district official caught with an envelope containing 3.2 million baht in cash has denied it was a bribe he allegedly demanded from a development company, telling police he thought it held only a document.
Bangkok Post Cash, bribes list found at arrested official's house Almost 7 million baht in cash and a list of suspected bribe takers were seized during the police search at the house of a senior Bangkok district official charged with demanding a large bribe from a real estate company.
Bangkok Post Tax bribery case investigators eye 10 more capital officials. Police have found that more than 10 officials were involved in the case of a senior Ratchathewi district official in Bangkok who allegedly took bribes from many business operators.
Bangkok Post Suspected hacker 'a soldier' A hacker who claimed to have obtained the personal data of 55 million Thais is an army officer.
Bangkok Post Army can't find suspected hacker of personal data of 55m Thais The army has yet to find a way to contact a sergeant suspected of hacking the personal data of 55 million Thais.
Bangkok Post Army still looking for 'hacker' Maj Gen Sirichan Ngathong yesterday denied the army was procrastinating on a warrant for the arrest of the sergeant major. Rumour has it that the hacker has connections to an "influential person" ....
Bangkok Post Search for military hacker escalates as police give seven day deadline The army is keen to interrogate a hacker alleged to have worked in its ranks after the Royal Thai Police (RTP) on Saturday submitted a letter to the suspect's supervisor andthe army staff judge advocate to have him brought in for questioning within seven days.
Bangkok Post Army, cops pressed to nab hacker Critics say there is no reason not to arrest the suspect. They allude to a cover-up and say influential people could be behind the hacking, which would explain the delay in arresting the suspect.
Bangkok Post Fugitive data hacker-soldier suspended from duty The army has suspended a sergeant major who is absent without leave and is wanted by police for allegedly hacking the personal data of 55 million Thais.
Khaosod ENGLISH Hacker '9Near' Surrenders to Police The hacker accused of stealing and trying to sell personal data of almost every Thai citizen on Wednesday (April 12th) turned himself in to police after hiding to avoid arrest for weeks.
Bangkok Post Man says cops misused seized car The Royal Thai Police (RTP) was urged to investigate a case where a police officer in Rayong seized a vehicle as evidence, but instead of being stored in a lot, the car was used to travel 1'700 kilometres over six months.
Bangkok Post Cop suspected in Surat Thani house attack that left 4 dead. A police officer attached to the Khirirat Nakhom police station was suspected to have been involved in an armed attack at a house in Khirirat Nikhom district.
Bangkok Post Khirirat Nikhom police chief transferred as murders manhunt continues The Khirirat Nikhom police chief has been transferred pending an investigation into the lethal attack by three gunmen, led by an officer under his command.
The question of why at least one policeman or member of the army is involved in every major crime remains unanswered.
Bangkok Post Key man in police-run gambling network arrested Police on Tuesday morning raided 16 premises in connection with the online gambling network linked to a police inspector and arrested three suspects
Bangkok Post B2bn in assets seized from 'Inspector Sua' gang Police officer who is still at large sold 'franchises' to others to run online gambling
Bangkok Post Manhunt intensifies for police gunman Officers search Surat Thani reservoir area for policeman wanted after attacks that left six dead
Bangkok Post: Major arrest opens Pandora's Box of crimes 53-year-old Chinese woman is the suspected boss of a syndicate involved in fraud, surrogacy and human trafficking.
Bangkok Post: 2 abducted Chinese rescued Officers from Bang Phong Phang police station rescued a Chinese man who had been abducted -- with the kidnappers demanding a ransom of 1.8 million baht -- from a hotel in Sathorn on Tuesday (April 18th, 2023). Three of the 11 suspects were arrested.
Bangkok Post 3 'security officers' arrested for B3.1m extortion Three men have been arrested for posing as security officers, using a fake arrest warrant and extorting 3.1 million baht from a man in Bangkok.
Thai Woman suspected of serial murders
Thai PBS World Woman arrested on suspicion of involvement in deaths of at least 8 people A woman is being held in police custody on suspicion that she may be involved in the mysterious deaths of eight people, some of whom are thought to have been poisoned with cyanide.
Bangkok Post Senior cop's wife arrested, suspected of serial murders The wife of a high-level police officer has been arrested for the cyanide-murder of a woman from Kanchanaburi
The Guardian Thai police investigate 10 deaths as woman accused of poisoning friend Woman had been travelling with friend who was found to have cyanide in her body at autopsy.
Khaosod ENGLISH A Pregnant Woman Is Investigated For Possible 11 Serial Murders The death of a 32-year-old healthy woman, who was reported to have suddenly fainted and later died, triggered an inquest as relatives did not believe it was a natural death. The investigation leads to the discovery of serial murders—at least 11 murders and one attempted murder.
BBC News Thai woman accused of murdering 12 friends in cyanide poisonings Police say Sararat Rangsiwuthaporn is suspected to have poisoned at least 13 people since 2020.
Bangkok Post More charges await serial-killing suspect Police are preparing more charges against Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, who is now suspected of involvement in the deaths of at least 13 people.
Thai PBS World Police claim 13 people may have been poisoned by Srarat, only two survived The police believe that there are more victims of cyanide poisoning and a command centre is to be set up by the 7th Region Provincial Police Bureau to receive complaints from members of the public.
Thai PBS World Thai police question husband of the 13th suspected cyanide poisoning victim He said his wife was healthy and normal, but, on November 25th, 2020, he received a call from his elder son to tell him that his mother had collapsed and died.
Khaosod ENGLISH 'Am the Cyanide' Is Not Confirmed as a Mental Disorder One of the most common questions in this case is how one woman could cause such heartless crimes.
Bangkok Post Cops now suspect 14 murders The number of reported victims of the suspected serial murderer Sararat "Am" Rangsiwuthaporn reached 14 as of Friday, according to police.
Bangkok Post Money trail sheds new light on serial-murder suspect Many large fund transfers made in last two years by people who later died.
Bangkok Post Evidence implicates police officer in 'Aem Cyanide' case Possibly Thailand would be a much safer country without a police force ....
Bangkok Post Aem Cyanide's police husband arrested A police lieutenant colonel who is the ex-husband of suspected serial cyanide killer "Aem Cyanide" has been fired from the force, arrested and charged with related crimes.
Bangkok Post All 15 reported victims of ‘Aem Cyanide’ poisoned Detained ex-husband of suspected serial killer has also admitted to two charges, say police.
Bangkok Post Ex-husband of 'Aem Cyanide' granted bail Court says police have yet to show evidence linking sacked officer to murders.
Thai PBS World Serial murder suspect's former husband surrenders to police
The Nation Thailand Actress summoned for questioning over cyanide purchase The police have summoned Thai actress Preechaya “Ice” Pongthananikorn for questioning early next week to find out why she purchased cyanide, a regulated toxic substance, deputy national police chief Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn said on Thursday.
Bangkok Post Actress bought cyanide 'to repel pests' Popular actress Preechaya “Ice” Pongthananikorn has admitted she bought cyanide online to repel monitor lizards that had been attacking her dogs and insisted the purchase was not aimed at hurting anyone.
Bangkok Post Ex of accused serial killer unsure how she paid off his debts The ex-husband of Sararat "Aem" Rangsiwuthaporn admitted to investigators that his former wife paid 4 million baht of his debts but said he did not know how she acquired the money, according to Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, deputy national police chief.
Bangkok Post 'Aem Cyanide' accomplices sought Police now believe that suspected serial killer Sararat “Aem” Rangsiwuthaporn had help when purchasing cyanide and they will seek arrest warrants for any accomplices, according to deputy national police chief Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn.
Bangkok Post Police follow B78m money trail in 'Aem Cyanide' case Police are following the trail of about 78 million baht that circulated through bank accounts operated by alleged serial killer Sararat “Aem” Rangsiwuthaporn.
Bangkok Post Cops to arrest abettors of Aem Cyanide Police will request arrest warrants from the court for associates of alleged serial killer Sararat "Aem" Rangsiwuthaporn, who advised and helped her destroy evidence of her crimes, according to the deputy national police chief.
Bangkok Post New charge filed against Aem Cyanide's ex-husband Crime Suppression Division (CSD) police have filed another charge against the sacked police officer who is the former husband of accused serial poisoner Sararat "Aem" Rangsiwuthaporn.
Bangkok Post Gambling habit 'factor' in serial murders A serious gambling addiction could have been a factor that pushed Sararat "Aem" Rangsiwuthaporn to murder 14 people using cyanide, the police said after investigating the suspect's money trail.
Bangkok Post Aem Cyanide's lawyer faces police charges Police will summons a lawyer representing alleged serial killer Sararat "Aem" Rangsiwuthaporn to hear a charge of helping her client destroy or conceal evidence of her crimes.
Thai Examiner Am Cyanide sues man who raised alarm over alleged killing spree. Former lawyer summoned Activist who helped push public demand for police action into the alleged serial killer Am Cyanide served with defamation proceedings.
Bangkok Post Police look at resale of cyanide Police will press charges against a company that imported cyanide compounds and sold them to other retailers, after an investigation determined that alleged serial killer, Sararat "Aem Cyanide" Rangsiwuthaporn, had purchased the cyanide she used to kill at least 13 people from a reseller.
Bangkok Post Alleged serial killer's lawyer denies charges A lawyer representing alleged serial killer Sararat “Aem” Rangsiwuthaporn has denied charges of assisting her client in destroying or concealing evidence of her crimes.
Bangkok Post Aem Cyanide case nearly ready for prosecutors Police are preparing to wrap up their investigation into suspected serial killer Sararat “Aem Cyanide” Rangsiwuthaporn and submit their report to prosecutors next week.
Bangkok Post 80 charges await 'Aem Cyanide' Alleged serial killer Sararat "Aem Cyanide" Rangsiwuthaporn will be hit with at least 80 more criminal charges for her actions, according to deputy national police chief Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn.
Bangkok Post 80 Indian gamblers arrested in Pattaya hotel raid Gambling in Thailand is still illegal
The Nation Thailand Pattaya tourist gambling den 'bribed officials with 2 million baht' Thai suspects confessed that a bribe of 2 million baht was paid to government officials ....
Bangkok Post Mayor, public works director charged with demanding bribes The mayor of Khlong Luang municipality in Pathum Thai and the director of the municipal public works division have been charged with collusion in demanding and receiving bribes.
Khaosod ENGLISH Famous Monk Alleged Embezzler 180 Million Baht Mr. Kom or Phra Ajarn Kom Apiwaro of “Wat Pa Thammakhiri, 39, a former prominent monk, was arrested by Crime Suppression Division police as the alleged embezzler of more than 180 million baht from the Wat Pa Thammakhiri Temple in Nakhon Ratchasima province.
Bangkok Post Former monk denies theft of temple funds A former monk, arrested with two others for allegedly embezzling 180 million baht from Wat Pha Dhammakiri in Nakhon Ratchasima during his tenure there, denied the charge during police questioning.
Bangkok Post High-profile monk's 'embezzlement' tally nears B300m Police have found more money and gold bullion worth about 100 million baht buried behind Phra Ajarn Khom's temple in Nakhon Ratchasima province, raising his alleged embezzlement to almost 300 million baht.
Bangkok Post Ex-pilot, accomplice caught for luring women into sex and posting online clips A former pilot and another man have been arrested in Bangkok and Chanthaburi for allegedly luring women into having sex and posting sex shows for payment from subscribers in online chat groups.
Bangkok Post Royal guard officer dismissed for serious misconduct A royal command has dismissed an officer of the Royal Security Command from the military and the royal guard service, without pension, for serious misconduct.
Thai Crackdown on foreign tourism abuses with police in hotspots targeting Chinese and Russian gangs Authorities in Thailand have begun a crackdown on rogue traders and corruption within the tourism industry seen as responsible for tarnishing the country’s perception in key tourism markets and also responsible for undermining the benefit of the industry to local operators.
Bangkok Post Sino-Thai crackdown on Chinese criminals Thai and Chinese police are joining forces to crack down on Chinese criminals who settle in the country as well as those who arrive temporarily to victimise their compatriots here, according to the Immigration Bureau.
Bangkok Post B150-million gambling network busted Police have arrested 10 more members of an online baccarat gambling network with more than 150 million baht in circulation during raids in Bangkok and two nearby provinces. Man Linked to Crooked Thai Cop and Gambling Ringleader Commits Suicide in Jail Authorities in Thailand have lost a key piece of evidence in a case against a police officer who allegedly ran a major illegal gambling ring and drug operation.
Bangkok Post Police arrest 30 in 'Sua' network raids Thirty people were arrested in a three-day crackdown on a criminal network allegedly linked to "Inspector Sua", a former officer accused of involvement in a multi-billion-baht gambling network, authorities said on Monday.
Bangkok Post District chief charged with demanding bribes A district chief was arrested at his office in Nakhon Sawan on Friday for allegedly demanding bribes from a cockfighting operator.
Bangkok Post Child rights advocate 'Khru Yun' facing charges Police have completed their investigation into alleged child assault at a children’s foundation in Samut Songkhram and recommended charges against a prominent child rights advocate, his wife and the foundation.
Bangkok Post THAILAND GENERAL Journo held for 'exploiting police connection' A journalist was arrested for allegedly using her connection with a senior police officer to demand 14 million baht from a Chinese suspect in exchange for having charges dropped.
Thai PBS World Reporter arrested for allegedly taking bribe from commercial surrogacy gang A female reporter, who claims to have close ties with Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, the deputy national police chief, is being held in police custody on bribery charges. She allegedly demanded 33 million baht from a key member of a transnational commercial surrogacy gang, who is currently in custody, in return for help in ensuring that the suspect is not prosecuted.
Bangkok Post Police bar Chinese bribe suspect from leaving Thailand Police seized the passport and blocked the departure of a Chinese journalist arrested for allegedly demanding a multi-million-baht bribe from a suspected Chinese gangster to arrange for charges against her to be dropped.
Bangkok Post 'Superpimp'-turned-whistleblower won't give up fight Chuvit Kamolvisit, who says Thailand is corrupt to the core, advocates legalising gambling and sin taxes to top up junior police salaries.
Highway police in hot water
Prachatai ENGLISH MFP unveils trucks’ Easy Pass stickers involving corruption Move Forward Party’s Wiroj Lakkhanaadisorn, a party-list MP designate, has exposed a so-called ‘Easy Pass sticker’ scam involving trucks, and urges an end to this form of bribery.
Bangkok Post Police chief seeks bribe claim truth National police chief Pol Gen Damrongsak Kittiprapas has ordered highway police to investigate claims that drivers of overloaded lorries are not being arrested because they display special bribe-paid stickers.
Bangkok Post Highway cop boss shunted in bribe saga Pol Maj Gen Ekkaraj Limsangkat, commander of the Highway Police Division, was on Tuesday transferred to an inactive post at the Operations Centre of the Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) following allegations of kickbacks for overloaded lorries.
Bangkok Post Highway bribery long entrenched, police chief admits National police chief Pol Gen Damrongsak Kittiprapas has admitted the practice of highway police demanding and taking bribes from truck operators has long been in existence.
Bangkok Post MFP urged to end graft in logistics Lorry operators called on the Move Forward Party (MFP) to stamp out bribery in the transport sector on Thursday, saying the practice has been around for about two decades.
Bangkok Post Highway cops to report on bribery All sub-divisions of the Highway Police Division (HPD) were instructed on Friday to submit reports about any cases of highway lorry bribery occurring in their precincts within five days.
Bangkok Post 6 more officers embroiled in lorry 'sticker' scandal The investigation into "sticker bribes" for illegally overloaded lorries has incriminated another six officers from the Highway Police Division (HPD), according to Pol Maj Gen Jaroonkiat Pankaew, the Counter Corruption Division (CCD) commander.
Bangkok Post Chinese couple arrested for alleged B10bn fraud A Chinese couple living in a 67-million-baht house in Bangkok were arrested on Wednesday for alleged multinational fraud, with damage estimated at 10 billion baht, the Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau said.
The Pattaya News Loan Shark Gang in Pattaya Threatens Reporter A reporter in Pattaya filed a complaint to police alleging he was threatened by a loan shark gang after he warned them not to litter loan flyers in front of his residence.
The Pattaya News Wanted Chinese Man Arrested in Pattaya, Accused of Major Call Center Scam A wanted Chinese man was arrested in the Pattaya area after he was allegedly involved in a call center network with hundreds of millions of baht of money laundering.
The Pattaya News Restaurant Employee Murdered by her Husband While Serving Food at Work in Pattaya A jealous man in Pattaya gunned down his wife and later tried to kill himself to evade consequences at noon today, June 1st. Banglamung Police received a report of a woman being shot by her husband at a small local open-air Thai restaurant in Banglamung district, Chonburi province.
The Phuket Express Five Senior Kathu Police Transferred After Two Illegal Nightclubs Raided Five senior Kathu Police including the chief have been transferred after two illegal nightclubs were raided in Kathu for allegedly opening over the legal closing times and allowing minors to enter the venue.
The Thaiger National Park predator arrested for attempted rape of Lithuanian tourist An employee of the Erawan National Park in Kanchanaburi province was arrested after he attempted to rape a Lithuanian tourist.
Bangkok Post Drunken provincial councillor fires into police booth Offender reports to police after video captures incident in Phetchabun.
Bangkok Post Foreign man attacked, seriously injured in Pattaya A foreign man was attacked and seriously injured in Pattaya late on Saturday night, police said.
Bangkok Post Nun arrested for B1.3bn online fraud Police from the Investigation Division of the Metropolitan Police Bureau (IDMB) have arrested a Buddhist nun on fraud charges for luring people to invest in a fake cloud storage rental business and loading false information on a computer, causing over one billion baht in damage to victims.
Bangkok Post Tour fraudsters arrested in Surat Thani Three men and three women were arrested for allegedly selling bogus overseas tours worth about 27 million baht.
Bangkok Post HPD to probe oil tanker bribe The Highway Police Division (HPD) will set up a committee to look into a recent attempt by a senior official at the Excise Department to lobby the HPD to avoid taking legal action against a tanker carrying illegal oil.
Bangkok Post Prosecutors under fire over bribery case An activist is pressing prosecutors for answers as to why they decided not to indict senior police officers charged with accepting a bribe from an entertainment venue in Kanchanaburi in 2015.