Tags : Policeman


Campaign to help paralysed noodle vendor raises almost B400k

PHUKET: The campaign recently founded by a Phuket expat to help the noodle vendor who was shot and paralysed on Bangla Road by a drunken off duty policeman has raised almost B400,000 in just one week. Mr Aroon Thongplab, who is married with two young children, was shot by Cpl Pornthep Channarong on Patong’s main […]Read More


Two Pattaya police shot during raid on luxury golf course

CHON BURI: Two policemen were shot and wounded at a luxury house on a golf course in Bang Lamung district, near Pattaya, and a Chinese man was later arrested and charged. Eight other people – five Chinese nationals, a gardner and two maids – were also detained, reports said. Full story: Bangkok Post Wassayos Ngamkham […]Read More


Bail denied for drunken police officer who shot noodle vendor

PHUKET: Pornthep Channarong, the corporal with the Phuket Provincial Police who was drunk off-duty when he shot 25-year-old noodle vendor Aroon Thongplab in the stomach on Bangla Rd, Patong, in February, has been denied the right to post bail. The Phuket Provincial Court made its ruling yesterday (May 19). Bangkok lawyer Kerdphol Kaewkerd, who is […]Read More


Thai actress goes public after cop follows her into toilet

Police are in the hot seat after a junior officer was caught on video following an actress into a women’s toilet and the complaint she filed was seemingly flushed from view. Siralapas “Mew” Kongtrakan on Monday revealed evidence to support her complaint – she filmed him with a mobile phone, and CCTV showed him walking […]Read More


Five Police Generals Embezzled COVID-19 Allowances

BANGKOK, Jan 13 – Five police generals and 48 police colonels are among 189 policemen found embezzling the COVID-19 allowances of their subordinates. Police inspector-general Pol Gen Visanu Prasarttong-Osoth said police at all levels are entitled to an hourly allowance of 60 baht for their COVID-19-related services which were capped at seven hours a day. […]Read More


Police officer who gave conflicting accounts of Ferrari speed claims

The police forensic expert who gave conflicting statements about the speed of the Ferrari, driven by Red Bull heir Vorayuth Yoovidhya and which was involved in the controversial hit-and-run case, has claimed that he was confused by the speed calculations and has reverted to his original statement. A well-informed source said that Pol Col Thanasit […]Read More