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|17-02-2017, 03:52 AM||#1 (permalink)|
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Two million Yaba pills seized in one arrest
Region 5 Police announced a major drug bust with the arrest of a Mae Wang man with 2 million methamphetamine pills and 150 kilograms of crystal methamphetamines in one of the largest seizures in several years.
Pol. Gen. Chalermkiat Sriworakan, Deputy Commissioner General and Pol. Lt. Gen. Poonsub Prasertsub, Commissioner of Provincial Police Region 5 announced the arrest of 41-year-old Pisit Chaongangkul from Mae Wang, Chiang Mai with 2 million Yaba pills and 150 kilograms of Ya Ice. They also seized 10,000 baht and impounded a house with land, two vehicles and a bank account with 400,000 baht.
Police were led to Pisit after arresting Bandasak Yungyongsan with 794,000 methamphetamine tablets and 10 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine at the Mae Ta Check Point, Phayao on December 4, 2016. Upon investigation they found Pisit was involved transporting drugs so they monitored him and an undercover agent contacted him to deliver drugs from Mae Ai to Bangkok. The agent met with him to transfer 100,000 baht to deliver the drugs. The suspect, Pisit, escaped during the sting operation but police traced him to a house in San Sai on February 10, 2017. The suspect confessed to police that he had been hired by a man named Keng to transport drugs. Police will investigate further to uncover the drug trafficking network
Chiang Mai News
|17-02-2017, 11:19 AM||#6 (permalink)|
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