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Dozens of Thais arrested in Myanmar, police check for wanted

Myanmar authorities conducted raids at entertainment venues, hotels, resorts and residential communities in the Lahu tribe-influenced area of Nayao, near the Thai-Myannar border opposite Chiang Rai’s Mae Fah Luang district on Sunday evening- and rounded up 81 Thai nationals who had illegally entered the country. Chiang Rai Immigration superintendent Pol Colonel Ekkorn Busababodin said on […]Read More

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Thai Police Arrest 4 Criminals Wanted in Russia

BANGKOK (Sputnik) — Four Russians wanted for serious offences at home have been arrested in Thailand and will be extradited to Russia soon, Thai immigration police chief Nathorn Phrosunthorn said Thursday. The police general told reporters in Bangkok all four were international fugitives wanted by Interpol on charges of police assault, battery, organized crime and […]Read More

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Police get wise to Russian crime

Immigration Bureau police are looking to better regulate expatriates who have been living in Thailand long enough to have become influential figures in major tourist districts. Many are transnational criminals hiding in Thailand whose real identities are revealed only after they’ve been arrested. Full story: Bangkok Post WASSAYOS NGAMKHAM, BANGKOK POSTRead More

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More foreign ‘criminals’ found in police swoops

THAILAND’S role as a haven for transnational criminals has been reconfirmed with the separate arrests in Bangkok of criminals on the run from India, Hungary and China. Pol Lt General Nutthorn Prawsunthorn, commissioner of Immigration Police, said yesterday that Indian authorities and Interpol had alerted his bureau about Chadreshkumar Rameshbhai Patel, 40, the alleged leader […]Read More

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Two internationally wanted criminals nabbed in Thailand

A Japanese lawyer, wanted for a Bt4 billion stock fraud case in his home country nearly a decade ago, was arrested in Bangkok’s Chaeng Wattana area on Wednesday, while a Slovakian former hospital executive who was wanted for a Bt10.9 million embezzlement case back home was nabbed in Surat Thani’s Koh Samui. Immigration Police Thursday […]Read More

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NCPO cracks down on criminal acitivity

BANGKOK, 21 June 2016 (NNT) – The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has instructed security units to monitor and prevent any activities related to corruption, violence, gambling and narcotics. NCPO Spokesperson Col. Winthai Suvaree and his deputy, Col Sirichan Ngathong, recently held a press conference regarding the council’s meeting at the Secretariat of […]Read More

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20,000 criminal suspects arrested for safer Songkran

Police arrested 20,172 suspects wanted under 42,915 arrest warrants nationwide from April 1 to 10, in a drive to curb crime over the Songkran Festival this week. Deputy national police chief Winai Thongsong said on Monday those apprehended were wanted mainly for theft, embezzlement, fraud, drug offences or assault. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More

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Government hopes new courts to help rid Thailand of criminals

BANGKOK, 15 June 2015 (NNT) – The government hopes that a number of new departments under the Criminal Court will effectively help rid Thailand of miscreants. Deputy government spokesman Maj Gen Sansern Kaewkumnerd said that the government is pleased to learn that the Criminal Court has set up new departments to deal with cases of […]Read More