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Former police officer finally arrested for sex crime he committed 17 years ago

By The Phuket News

 

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Officers apprehend the man at the Wichit workers camp where he worked. Photo: Crime Suppression Division.

 

PHUKET:-- A former police officer who disappeared 17 years ago after being accused of luring his then 13-year-old neighbour to his house to engage in indecent sexual acts has finally been caught.

 

In 2003, Kittisak “Petch” Kuttachon was working as an officer at Tha Chatchai police station when it emerged he seduced his 13-year-old girl female neighbour and lured her into his house to engage in “pornographic” activity. It was not specified what exactly this entailed other than the man “hugging and kissing the girl,” according to police reports.

 

On discovering their daughter in a state of deep distress, the parents of the girl uncovered what had happened and reported to the incident to Tha Chatchai police. A subsequent warrant from the court was issued for Kittisak’s arrest on the grounds of taking a child under the age of 15 away from her parents for indecent purposes.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/former-police-officer-finally-arrested-for-sex-crime-he-committed-17-years-ago-76521.php

 

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-- © Copyright Phuket News 2020-06-26
 

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Posted (edited)

did they use the smart BMW to catch him ... as they say "" you can run but you can't hide"

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It does say he ran away at the time, or disappeared.

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Amazing how easy it is for people in Thailand to change their name, usually because they are guilty of something. No questions asked.

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19 hours ago, worgeordie said:

Well better late than never,justice moves very slowly here,

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Or did they have to wait for him to retire before anything seriously was done?

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23 hours ago, Meat Pie 47 said:

The smart BMW is only for farangs

It's for any foreigners, it's not exclusively for farangs.

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6 hours ago, Bangkok Barry said:

Amazing how easy it is for people in Thailand to change their name, usually because they are guilty of something. No questions asked.

It's easy in most countries, no questions asked there, either.

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23 hours ago, Meat Pie 47 said:

The smart BMW is only for farangs

it was a sarcastic joke, relax, don't take it literally

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21 hours ago, Bob A Kneale said:

It's for any foreigners, it's not exclusively for farangs.

All foreigners are referred to as farangs

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16 minutes ago, Michael Andersen said:
21 hours ago, Bob A Kneale said:

It's for any foreigners, it's not exclusively for farangs.

All foreigners are referred to as farangs

No, they're not.  Japanese "farangs"?  Chinese "farangs"?  Korean "farangs"?  Malaysian "farangs"?  Indonesian "farangs"?  African "farangs"?  Indian "farangs"?  Middle Eastern "farangs"?

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18 minutes ago, Michael Andersen said:

All foreigners are referred to as farangs

Jin = Chinese, Nippon = Japanese, Gowlee = Korean, Kairk = Indian/Arab

As far as I know only Caucasians get called farang, and that's no matter what their nationality.

My kid is a Caucasian Thai ...... but still 'farang'.

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