A Thai Navy sergeant fainted because his room in the Navy quarters was burglarized. The thief stole a 14 baht of gold ornament, a lap top computer stuff he had been collecting since the first day had joined the Navy. Value approximately around 300,000 THB. He begged the police to arrest the thief ASAP.
A Pattaya teenager age, 14 bored at school. Hung out at the Koh Lan beach. Needed money. Burglarized 3 houses. The police searched his home and found stolen properties worth circa 100,000 THB.
Sattahip police together, social workers and Tarn Chivit Foundation Pattaya, cracked down on a human trafficking gang. 11 children dressed as novice monks were rescued. The ring leader and four suspects were detained in Sattahip.
Pattaya police arrested the killer of a foreman A constrcution worker who killed his boss and dumped the body into a septic tank. The suspect has confessed. The killer said, that it was the foreman who had criticized him and his parents. The murderer could not take it any longer and beat the foreman to death with a shovel, stole the victims belongings and threw him in a septic tank and drove off in the victim's car.
A Lao woman was allegedly swindled out of 21 million THB by the "Nigerian 419" e-mail scam. The gang was later arrested in a Pattaya seaside condominium.
Rayong police in hot pursuit shoots at drug dealer, but misses and hits an innocent optical shop clerk.
A drunk construction worker saw a woman collecting junk and got sexually stimulated, so he deceived her by hiring her for a ride and then raped her.
Pattaya police in an undercover operation arrested a beer-bar cashier who provided underage; 17 year old girls for sex to Thai and foreign customers.
Rayong prison methamphetamine network is still working. Undercover Sattahip police bought 400 meth pills from a drug dealing network operating from Rayong prison and detained the suspect who's father is a junky.The father confessed that his son introduced meth to him.
Pattaya police reported the arrest of a Korean gang operating a baccara on-line gambling den in Na Klua. The suspects confessed that could earn up to 100,000 THB daily. The three Korean men were employee who were paind a salary of 50,000 THB. The mastermind and owner of the gambling den Mr. Young is at large. Wanted.
Pattaya police arrested a Finnish citizen in a beer-bar who was carrying a 9 mm pistol at his waist. A good citizen saw the armed foreigner and notified the police.
Pattaya police arrested 2 Frenchmen using cannabis and a third Frenchman who had been arrested for using fake ATM cards and was released under bail.
A 58-year-old German quarrelled with his Thai girl friend, a fight broke out and the man was stabbed in the back.
The Immigration office in Pattaya, Chonburi province arrested an American drug criminal hiding in Thailand.
Chonburi immigration police arrested seven African women from Uganda charged with loitering for prostitution. The seven women will be deported to Uganda as soon as possible.
The owner of "Coffee Today" shop in Sattahip was visited by a thief who stole her iPad and Nokia mobile phone total value 50,000 THB. The female thief ordered coffee & toast and grabbed the belongings of the owner. The police is on the case, inspecting the security camera and interrrogating the witnesses.
Pattaya police arrested two teenagers aged 15 and 16 members of a gang of motorbike thieves. They claimed that they did not steal the bikes only delivered them to Mr "Big", their friend.
A seven month old pregnant woman arrested for "ya-ice" possession in Pattaya. In police detention she develops seizures and is taken to hospital.
Pattaya police arrested a couple selling crystal methamhetamine. The 3 months pregnant wife was helping husband selling drugs to fight a lawsuit.
In a undercover operation Sattahip police arrested a major drug dealer, "Khwan" Dharmavittaya also a fish vendor at Sattahip market. Mr. "Khwan" was arrested in possession of 15 grams of crystal methamphetamine. Later his sister came to Sattahip police station and tried to bribe the cops with 400,000 THB in cash for his immediate release.