VOL.VII NO.12 - 19 March 1999
Police blitzkrieg Ullrichs holdings
Storm businesses, hunt for evidence & witnesses
Thai Police and Interpol agents joined forces to inspect 19 places where alleged Mafia figure Wolfgang Ullrich operated in Pattaya. The joint squadron sought witnesses and evidence.
Reporters were kept outside as police searched Ulrichs million dollar yacht, Last Money.
On March 11, a meeting of high level police officers convened in Banglamung, led by General Noppadon Somboonsap, Deputy Commissioner of the National Police Department. Officials of the drug enforcement police and immigration were also present. Over 300 officers completed the complement.
The group was divided into divisions to inspect the 19 different places which may have had evidence or possible witnesses to Ullrichs behavior.
Wolfgangs wife, Rosarin Chayasayan was found at Ullrichs residence in Banglamung. When she saw the large number of police and reporters, she gave them a piece of her mind, as she was very upset. She told reporters to get off her property.
Police found a great deal of evidence in their search, such as computers and a safe, which they confiscated as evidence.
Officers then went to the house of Ullrichs former wife, Karin and took her to the Pattaya Police Station for questioning.
Police also searched the Bavaria House, the Belgium Restaurant, the Tonga Bar and the Rosarin beauty shop, all of which allegedly belonged to Ullrich.
After a thorough search, police brought friends of Ullrichs, his yacht engineer, Mr. Paul Claus Glehmann, Manager of the Bavaria House and Johann Holzbauer, one of Ullrichs partners to the Pattaya Police station for questioning.
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