The police in Sriracha have arrested a 30 year old Thai man named Sakesan Rungrojritchai who attempted to snatch the purse of a 62 year old woman.
On the 13th March Suang Nong Nuch organized the Riak Khwan Chang ceremony – alternatively known as National Elephant Day.
Shortly after midnight on walking street on the 15th of March, police along with a commander from the Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Division and officers from the Freeland Foundation arrested two thai women.
Details have been announced clearing up the confusion regarding the dates of this year’s international music festival.
At 1 pm on the 9th of March the Sawang Boriboon officers were called to a railway bridge on Soi Nernplubwan, upon arrival they found the body of a foreign man under the six meter high bridge he was unconscious and his leg was at an odd angle indicating that it was broken and that perhaps he had jumped or fallen from the bridge.
The emergency services were called to a condo on beach road in Jomtien on the afternoon of March the 9th as a man had been found dead in his room
A press conference was held on the afternoon of march the 9th regarding various members of the police whom had conducted an undercover operation at the Nang Nuan Bar also known as the Albatross Club on Soi Khao Noi, as they suspected that there were women working there as prostitutes and whom were under the legal age.
YWCA Association Bangkok- Pattaya Center lead by Mrs. Nittaya Patimasongkhrao, president of YWCA Association, with Mrs. Phraichit Jetaphai, president of Love Pattaya, Love the Environment, Mrs. Waraporn Sukhonsith, president of Sai Yai Haeng Rak project, and members recently gave a lunch treat to Mabprachan school children.
On the evening of the 5th of March the governor of Chonburi Khomsan Ekachai presided over the 17th National Media Day and was joined by many representatives from organizations sponsoring the media and the media themselves at Taihee restaurant in Chonburi