Patcharapol Panrak

Wednesday, 29 January 2014 15:58

Monk busted for drug dealing in Najomtien

Sattahip police arrested a monk who allegedly had been selling drugs for four years from a temple in Najomtien.

National Command Center for Drugs officers cuffed Mongkol Seangthong, 32, following a sting operation Jan. 22 at the Sapsomboon Temple.

Wednesday, 22 January 2014 15:37

Navy observes Armed Forces Day

The Sattahip Naval Base marked Royal Thai Armed Forces Day with oath-taking and marching.

Adm. Narong Phipatanasai presided over the Jan. 18 “oath of allegiance to the colors” by battalions in the field in front of the Air Coastal and Defense Command. The forces, comprised of Sattahip- and Bangkok-based troops as well as cadets, then marched in formation.

Wednesday, 15 January 2014 15:45

Sattahip drug dealer busted for 4th time

A Sattahip woman as successful at getting arrested for drug dealing as actually selling pills, was busted again, along with three alleged customers in Najomtien.

Wednesday, 15 January 2014 15:14

Nong Nooch welcomes first elephant calf of 2014

Nong Nooch Tropical Garden celebrated the birth of its first elephant calf of 2014 with the arrival of a playful male Jan. 6.

A British man was killed and two others injured when their Jeep crashed into the back of a large milk truck on Sukhumvit Road in Sattahip.

Sattahip officials worked to keep drunk driving to a minimum through opening alcohol checkpoints during the holidays.

District Chief Phawat Lertmukda and top police officials formally opened the first checkpoint in front of Singsamut School Dec. 27. Civil-defense volunteers, medics and doctors from Sattahip Hospital also attended.

Nong Nooch Tropical Garden is hoping dancing elephants will awaken the park’s fading tourist numbers.

The Royal Thai Navy continued its effort to repopulate the Gulf of Thailand’s battered marine ecosystem, again releasing hundreds of turtles into the wild for HM the King’s birthday.

Coastal-defense forces of the Royal Thai Navy paraded for superiors in an annual show of readiness in Sattahip.

Rear Adm. Ruechai Ruddit, head of the Air and Coastal Defense Command, reviewed the nine battalions Dec. 9. Every chief and commander of every regiment attended the event.

Military veterans donated fire-resistant fabric and basic necessities to marines serving in Thailand’s strife-ridden south.

Adm. Chaiwat Sathondee, head of the War Veterans Organization, made the donation while laying flower garlands at the Royal Thai Marines monument at Krom Luang Chumphon Camp in Sattahip Dec. 17.

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