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« Απάντηση #105 στις: Μάιος 08, 2017, 15:59:09 μμ »
UDON THANI — A man was charged with filing a false police report Friday for trying to fool his wife into thinking he had been robbed after using the money to treat his secret lover.

Teerapong, 33, whose family name was withheld by police, called the 191 emergency hotline to report he had been robbed Friday in Udon Thani province.

Teerapong then proceeded to the Udon Thani city police station and filed a complaint. According to the man, six young men on three motorbikes came after him and forced him to stop his motorbike. The man said he was allegedly hit on the head with a glass bottle before the men made away with 17,300 baht in cash, his mobile phone, Buddhist amulets and his identity card.

Police found something was amiss upon examining his head and finding no trace of bruises or injuries.

After further interrogation, Teerapong confessed to having made the story up because he had used his hard-earned money to fete his secret lover but was fearful his wife would have beat him if she found out.

“The suspect was more fearful of his wife than police,” said police Col. Chawit Srichan, deputy head of Udon Thani Police. “We would like to plead people not to file false complaints.”

Chawit added that out of 900 to 1,000 calls each day in Udon Thani, police only an average of 15 are true complaints.

If found guilty, Teerapong faces up to three years in prison and a maximum fine of 6,000 baht under Article 173 of the Criminal Code.


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« Απάντηση #106 στις: Μάιος 23, 2017, 18:07:20 μμ »
Gustatory bonanza UD Food Station returns for its third year to UD Town, the open-air mall in Udon Thani, serving up delicious dishes from Friday (May 26) until June 4 at 11am.

A collaboration between the mall, Pepsi and Chang, the 2017 edition will see more than 20 leading restaurants from around the country cooking up a storm. They include Wattana Phanich, a restaurant on Bangkok’s Soi Ekamai that’s famous for its beef and goat noodles; Baan Ming Phochana, also from Bangkok, which is bringing its pork satay with peanut sauce; Kanom Cheen Kru Yod from Nakhon Ratchasima, which is known for delicious rice noodles in fish curry sauce with vegetables; and Chok Kuaichap Tomsen Batkhio in Khon Kaen with rice porridge.

    A caravan of food trucks will also be parked up, among then Tam Ka Teaw located in Bang Khaen in Bangkok and more than 50 food and dessert booths will be offering local treats.

    The food fair is open daily until 9pm

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« Απάντηση #107 στις: Μάιος 27, 2017, 19:30:34 μμ »

A Buddhist man has been arrested for allegedly breaking into the living quarters of monks in 82 temples in Udon Thani and stealing amulets, cash and valuables over 11 months.

Khammual Sitabutr, 41, was arrested at 10 am on Thursday while he was allegedly selling amulets he had stolen from temples.

He was arrested in Ban Na-aeng village in Tambon Nikhom Songkroh in Udon Thani’s Mueang district, Udon Thani police chief Pol Maj Gen Pirapong Wongsaman told a press conference on Friday.

Police seized two motorcycles without licence plate, three mobile phones, a notebook computer, and 200 Buddha amulets.

Pirapong said Udon Thani police conducted an investigation after a monk of Wat Pa Samakkhitham Bamphenphol in Mueag district filed a complaint that someone broke into his living quarters while he was collecting alms.

The monk, Phra Poonsawat, said he lost 70 amulets worth about Bt200,000.

Pirapong quoted Khammual as saying that he was released from jail in July after being convicted of stealing from a temple in 2013.

Khammual told police he was unemployed so he stole two motorcycles to use as vehicles to steal from temples. He said he broke into the living quarters of monks and also stole from donation boxes. He chose the timing when monks left the temple to collect alms.

Pirapong said during the past 11 months, Khammual had stolen from 59 temples in Mueang district, five in Nong Han district, five in Nong Wua Sor district, two in Kudjub district, three in Kukaew district, five in Phen district and three in Prachak Silapakhom district.


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« Απάντηση #108 στις: Οκτώβριος 13, 2017, 17:25:51 μμ »
Thai Soldier Shoots and Kills his Wife and then Accidentally Kills Himself in Makro Store in North Eastern Thailand

Rescue workers frantically try to resuscitate the shooting victim in the Makro super market


UDON THANI – Police in Udon Thani have reported that a Thai soldier has shot and killed his wife in a packed department store after they argued about his alleged adultery, police said on Friday.

When police arrived at the the scene they found 41- year-old Sgt-Major 1st class Pichet Chumboonchoo, lying dead on the floor of Makro supermarket with chest wounds, five meters from his wife, 40-year-old Sirinporn Chumboonchoo, who had been shot three times in the back.

A 9mm automatic pistol and some bullets were also found at the scene.

Security guards at the scene attempted CPR on Ms.Sirinporn however it was in vein as she was pronounced dead on arrival at hospital.

Her seven-year-old niece and a 32-year-old store clerk also required treatment for injuries, as both were shot in the ankle.

The shooting sparked chaotic scenes in the store as staff pushed trolleys to help take the injured to ambulances.

Pol Col Poomiwit Wetchkama said on Friday they had interviewed Sirinporn’s relatives, who believed the Kanchanaburi-based soldier had got into an argument with his wife after she accused him of committing adultery with another woman.

Ms. Sirinporn had then left him to live with her relatives in Udon Thani. Pichet followed her to ask for a reconciliation but she turned him down and had recently told her husband she wanted a divorce.

Witnesses said that Pichet had shot himself in the chest accidentally after he encountered some problems with his gun.

The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) on Thursday passed amendments to the firearms law which ban foreigners living in Thailand from having and using guns.

The violent gun death rate in Thailand is more than TWICE as high as that of the United States, according to a US network of public radio broadcasters.

NPR ran the data from the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation after the recent mass shootings in California, and found Thailand had 7.48 violent gun deaths per 100,000 people in 2013.

That’s over twice the gun death rate in the US, which had 3.55 deaths per 100,000 people in the same year.

Thailand also has the highest gun death rate in Asia, the data shows.

http://www.chiangraitimes.com/thai-soldier-shoots-and-kills-his-wife-and-then-accidentally-kills-himself-in-makro-store-in-north-eastern-thailand.html

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« Απάντηση #109 στις: Μάρτιος 21, 2018, 15:26:44 μμ »
A man who allegedly shot dead a 16-year old Thai boxer told the police after his arrest that he mistook the victim as a rival whom he engaged in fist fight at a recent temple fair in Nong Harn district of Udon Thani.

The victim, Nanthapong Rakfa who was known in the Thai boxing circle as Meesap Tor Itthiporn, was shot dead on the night of March 19 beside the wall of Wat Po Sri in Tambon Ban Chiang, Nong Harn district.

Police rounded up nine suspects aged from 17-21 the following day, but one of them, a 21-year old man, admitted to the police that he was the shooter because he thought the victim was a rival against whom he had a fight with at a recent temple fair.

The suspected shooter said that as he was leaving the temple fair on Monday night he saw the victim riding on a motorcycle and ordered the latter to stop. Then he beat him up before shooting him.

Police searched the suspect’s house and found two home-made guns and three motorcycles.

The victim’s grandmother, Mrs Ladda Klommit, told the media at the funeral rite that Nanthapong started boxing at the age of nine and was admitted into a boxing camp in Udon Thani. He received a boxing bronze from the National Youth Sports Competition last year before turning pro as a Thai boxer.

http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/man-admits-mistakenly-shot-dead-young-boxer/


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