Sattahip military and police officials arrested a suspected human-trafficker and accused loan shark.
Capt. Khomphan Uplanont, director of Intelligence and Strategy at the Sattahip Naval Base, and Sattahip police superintendent Col. Chonaphat Naowalak announced the two arrests July 16.
In the first case, Cambodian Nong Pimpmanee, 48, was captured after allegedly running a service that found jobs for illegal workers. She was charged with illegal entry into the kingdom herself, plus human trafficking, and finding employment for illegal aliens.
Sattahip military and police officials arrested suspected human-trafficker Nong Pimpmanee (right) and accused loan shark Thanasak Senna (left).
In the second case, Thanasak Senna, 28, was busted for making illegal loans at 20 percent interest rates. He was caught after making the illegal loans to wives of Royal Thai Navy personnel.