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Police Raid Pattaya Jail Find Drugs, Weapons & Female Inmates Feeding Babies

01 March 2012 :: 10:03:26 am [ 5,052 views ]

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Pattaya Police with 200 officers raid Pattaya prison and discover "ya-ice" & paraphernalia and a large amount of "weapons". Including five female prisoners who are forced to to feed their babies in prison.

Pattaya, February 28, 2012 [PDN]; Mr. Chaowalit Saenguthai, Banglamung sheriff, Pol. Col. Somneuk Jankate, Superintendent, Banglamung police and Mr. Somchai Wimansak, Commissioner of Pattaya prison mobilised forces of Banglamung police and related government & municipal agencies totally 200 officers raid Pattaya prison.

The Tuesday early morning raid was conducted in the prison cells, the communal areas including private lockers.

The result: In section 4 & 5 in a locker the officers found ya-ice: 1.1 g and drug paraphernalia belonging to the male prisoner Anothai Denkam.

 

In section 10 the female prison area the officers discover five female prisoners who are forced to have their infants to live with them in their cells.

The female prisoners all of them drug offenders are feeding their babies age 1-3 in jail since they don’t want their relatives to know. They say, their husbands have abandoned them.

Pattaya prison was designed and built for 1.100 inmates. Currently the prison is overcrowded with 3,571 prisoners; 2,885 male prisoners and 686 female prisoners, including foreigners. 80 percent of the inmates are drug offenders. Total prison staff only 60 officers.

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Category : Crime News

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jmcdonald    2012-04-23 13:03:25    email : jmacpoi@yahoo.com
i think that any farangs that come to thailand to get involved with drugs shoul get a very long jail term and deported
steve blowjobs    2012-03-02 00:31:04    email : cabarnit@yahoo.com
Poor souls... Thai people are too
cute for turning to crime because
of being evil. I believe that in most cases in Thailand lots of
good citizens magnetized easily
by the world of crime because the
so called "financial factor".
Most of these people are under
heavy pressure. Simply -no cash.
Pennar    2012-03-01 13:39:30    email : cleddeau@Gmail.com
The way the female inmates were being searched I would not call a thorough search rather more of a "pat". The last search I went though at the airport was more thorough than that.