Suwan Cheaonawinthawat

No booze for Valentine’s Day in Pattaya

Wednesday, 12 February 2014 16:50
Valentine’s Day romantics will have to find another way to get their loved one into the right mood after Pattaya’s police chief said he will uphold the law banning alcohol sales on religious holidays.
Newly installed Region 2 police commander Lt. Gen. Kawee Suphanant wasted no time in slapping down on his highest-profile police station, dropping in on Pattaya’s headquarters to find dirty jail cells and flooded toilets.
All that remains of the twin-engine Chok Suwanna 17 lays testament to still another major speedboat accident in Pattaya, which this time claimed the lives of 2 Chinese tourists and injured 8 more.  This, just one week after authorities met with local tour boat operators...
Pattaya Police officers were lectured against bribe taking and reminded of their duties at a meeting with top regional law-enforcement officials. Col. Suvichan Yankittikhun, deputy superintendent of Chonburi Police Station, and Pattaya Superintendent Col. Suwan Cheaonawinthawat also used the Aug. 23 assembly at the Town in...
Pol. Col. Suwan Cheaonawinthawat today is out of a job as Pattaya’s police superintendent after Royal Thai Police commanders removed him following a Banglamung District gambling raid.
Pattaya police confiscated more than 2,000 PVC water cannons through the first week of Songkran. Police superintendent Col. Suwan Cheaonawinthawat ordered a crackdown on the hand-made water guns, citing their historic role in blinding injuries and traffic accidents.
Pattaya’s police are cracking down on pharmacies selling sedatives in order to curb the number of prostitutes drugging and robbing tourists. At a Feb. 26 Police Administration Audit and Monitoring Committee, Pattaya Police Superintendent Col. Suwan Cheaonawinthawat said the Crime Suppression unit have been...