Theerarak Suthathiwong

Wednesday, 21 May 2014 15:27

Nigerian wanted for killing of countryman

Police are searching for a Nigerian man who killed his supposed friend in a quarrel over money in East Pattaya.

Six Australians and a New Zealander were arrested when police raided yet another central Pattaya bar allegedly masquerading as an off-track-betting parlor for down-under horse racing.

A day after being arrested for a drunken beer brawl, a 37-year-old Norwegian man cut his own throat with a steak knife and threatened to electrocute himself due to a fight with his girlfriend.

Police are searching for an early-20s man who allegedly tried to rape a 21-year-old woman in East Pattaya.

The victim in the May 3 incident near the Linlinee Music School near Soi Siam Country Club successfully fought off her attacker, who was described as a male friend of the woman’s lesbian girlfriend. Wrapped in an advertising poster and covered in dirt, she called police from a 7-Eleven at the entrance of Soi Nernplabwan.

The victim told police she and her girlfriend were drinking at the Kaewta Cafe near Jomtien Beach with a man she knows only as “Nat.” After the girlfriend left, Nat offered to drive the victim home, but said he had to pick up a motorbike from his brother’s house behind Taihee Temple.

Finding no bike, they walked out through a small road where Nat allegedly pulled her into the woods, tore off her clothes and attempted to rape her. The victim, however, fought back, leaving the attacker on his back and her running for help.

An American-Thai man was killed after he slammed his new, high-powered motorbike into the back of a parked truck on Thepprasit Road.

Amnuay Ananthakul, 21, suffered a fractured skull in the crash just before midnight May 2 in front of Samui Easy Tech Co. The force of the impact pushed a Mazda pickup truck 20 meters from its parking spot.

Subban Burton, manager at Samui Easy Tech, said she had parked the truck in front of her shop and home before receiving a telephone call from an employee that the vehicle had been rear-ended. The crash actually awakened her family.

“I was upstairs sleeping like a rock when phones started ringing everywhere,” Easy Tech owner Stephen Burton told friends on his Facebook page. “Sounds of a police/ambulance sirens and 50+ folks milling around Thepprasit Road’s latest vehicle carnage on (the) front door.”

Burton’s damaged truck was impounded, leaving him to work out with police in the days following to retrieve and repair it.

Police are looking for four youths who robbed a Sriracha college student at gunpoint of his motorbike, smartphone and cash.

Wednesday, 07 May 2014 16:56

Police step up patrols after ATM heist

Pattaya police stepped up patrols of ATM booths, convenience stores, gas stations, banks and gold shops following a teller machine heist that netted thieves 2 million baht.

A musician who left a suicide note on Facebook was found dead in his Pattaya apartment.

Kriangsak Hobgratok, 24, was found less than five hours after apparently ingesting pesticide in his room at Marisa Place on Soi Prapanimitr April 30. A friend of the Nakhon Ratchasima native said the victim had been depressed because his girlfriend recently broke up with him.

The friend told police that, shortly before dying, the band member at a Pattaya pub had posted what amounted to a suicide note on his Facebook page giving people his location and asking friends to take his body home.

In the post, he also asked that someone tell his ex-girlfriend that “her boyfriend had gone to sleep forever. I am in sound mind. I am just tired with life and depressed with everything. Everyone please forgive me.”

A privately-owned Nong Plalai housing development now has its own police box following a donation of two cars to Banglamung Police by the village’s owner.

The president of the Nong Plalai Sub-district Council is under investigation for hiring a private company to dig up land surrounding a public irrigation canal.

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