Somnuk Changate

Police are calling the theft of three expensive white tiger cubs from the Million Years Stone Park and Pattaya Crocodile Farm an “inside job” for black market wildlife traders outside Thailand.
Nongprue police are urging residents planning to take extended vacations during the New Year’s holiday to register their plans with police, who are pledging to provide extra protection against burglaries.
Community leaders turned out Nov. 23 to wish General Kanit Permsub, deputy chief aide-de-camp, general to His Majesty the King, a happy 70th birthday. While his actual birthday was three days later, Gen. Kanit held a Buddhist ceremony at his home presided over by...
Top area police and politicians were on hand as the Royal Thai Police opened Nongprue’s first official police station. Chonburi Station commander Maj. Gen. Khatcha Thatsart, Nongprue Mayor Mai Chaiyanit, Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome, and MPs Santsak and Poramet Ngampichet were among those offering...
Police have arrested seven teenagers accused of hurling rocks at passing cars from a Highway 7 pedestrian overpass. Alleged gang leader Sittichai Rakson, 18, and six boys between the ages 14 and 16 were captured by police after midnight March 20. Police are looking for more...

Two convicts escape police custody in Nongprue

Wednesday, 27 February 2013 16:42
Area police are searching for two jail inmates who cut their way out of a police transport and escaped in Ban Chang. Akharaphan Suwannanont, 33, and Traimad Ruaninth, 33, used concealed paper clips to free themselves from handcuffs and scissors to cut through the fabric roofing...
Bureaucrats and political officials congratulated outgoing Banglamung District Chief Chawalit Saeng-Uthai as he took office as Chonburi’s new permanent secretary.
Department of Special Investigations and Energy Ministry officials raided a Naklua gas station, arresting its owner for allegedly selling cooking gas to drivers of liquid natural gas vehicles.

Area law enforcement reviews preparations for AEC

Wednesday, 19 September 2012 14:34
Area law-enforcement agencies say they are ready for the coming ASEAN Economic Community, with technology and processes in place to monitor tourists and track foreign criminals.