Police rounded up a dozen illegal Cambodians and arrested a Thai woman who allegedly put them to work as beggars in Si-Mum-Muang market.
Officials from the Children and Women Protection Center apprehended a woman identified only as “Cholada” Jan. 6 after vendors and customers at the Laem Chabang market complained about illegal aliens panhandling there. Police captured eight adults and four children working at the market.
Police captured eight adults and four children from Cambodia, illegally panhandling at a Laem Chabang market.
Police said it was unclear if the children even belonged to the begging adults, but that all the adults had been paying Cholada 2,000 baht per month to reside in a commercial building next to the market.
The 45-year-old suspect was charged with human trafficking and the Cambodians deported home.