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Hit-and-run monk killer tests negative for alcohol, say police

By Eakkapop Thongtub

 

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CCTV footage showed the Honda Mobilio car involved in the fatal hit-and-run parked by a roadside restaurant less than 30 minutes before Phra Rungrote was struck and killed by the car. Image: Supplied

 

PHUKET:-- Chalong Police Chief Col Sarawut Chuprasit today announced that the woman who killed a monk walking by the side of the road in a hit-and-run in Chalong early last Saturday morning has tested negative for alcohol at the time of the incident.

 

“The medical examination results showed no alcohol at all,” Col Sarawut told reporters today (July 9), five days after the body of Phra Rungrote Padnguan was found in a roadside ditch not far from Wat Ladthiwanaram (Wat Tai), where he was practicing.

 

Police were called to the scene, on Chao Fa East Rd, near Land & Houses estate, at about 5:30am last Saturday.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/hit-and-run-monk-killer-tests-negative-for-alcohol-say-police-76638.php

 

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yes I went to police once my hangover wasn't too bad

 

WAT a joke

 

I wonder who she is connected to or how much she emptied from her bank

 

nothing to see here - case closed

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 CCTV image showing the car involved in the hit-and-run being parked by a roadside restaurant just south of Soi Palai at 5:53am last Saturday,

Strange, but I read the clock on the camera at 1.05.53 or 5 minutes past one.

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Drunk, or on the phone. Or both. Why did she seem to swerve towards the unfortunate monk?

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22 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

hit-and-run in Chalong early last Saturday morning has tested negative for alcohol at the time of the incident.

So if she fled the scene how did they test her for alcohol at the time of the incident?

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32 minutes ago, rwill said:

So if she fled the scene how did they test her for alcohol at the time of the incident?

Easy, testing allows an estimate of an alcohol level 11 hours earlier to be made.

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22 hours ago, madmitch said:

So the accident occurred at 5:30 am. She presented herself at 4:10pm. Its no surprise she had no alcohol in her body!

 

21 hours ago, LivinginKata said:

 

Exactly. That's why she waited before turn herself in. This 24 hours 'grace' time allows all the drunks to sober up. That's why they drive off. Don't stop. No penalty. Crazy,

 

16 hours ago, smedly said:

I wonder who she is connected to or how much she emptied from her bank

nothing to see here - case closed

 

7 hours ago, Gandtee said:

Drunk, or on the phone. Or both. Why did she seem to swerve towards the unfortunate monk?

It's a shame to disappoint you lot but...

"Ms Yanaphat has been charged with reckless driving causing death or injury and fleeing the crime scene".

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23 hours ago, Bob A Kneale said:

Easy, testing allows an estimate of an alcohol level 11 hours earlier to be made.

At least they know she was not falling-down drunk, as she would have been if any alcohol at all was detected.

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1 hour ago, Lacessit said:

At least they know she was not falling-down drunk, as she would have been if any alcohol at all was detected.

You make it seem very much as though you wanted her to be drunk and that you're disappointed that she blew clear. 

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On 7/10/2020 at 12:10 PM, Bob A Kneale said:

Easy, testing allows an estimate of an alcohol level 11 hours earlier to be made.

 

Really? Can you link to some examples of 11-hour old "estimates" like this being used in a court of law?

 

 

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12 hours ago, nkg said:
On 7/10/2020 at 6:10 PM, Bob A Kneale said:

Easy, testing allows an estimate of an alcohol level 11 hours earlier to be made.

 

Really? Can you link to some examples of 11-hour old "estimates" like this being used in a court of law?

No, not without doing a research exercise, if you want some examples do it yourself.

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