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Pattaya: International marijuana smuggling gang operating out of Soi Bua Khao restaurant

 

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INN reported that an international marihuana smuggling operation was centered around the owner of the Jamjuree Restaurant in Soi Bua Khao, Pattaya. 

 

Ganja was being sold to foreign tourists. 

 

Three men were arrested following a sting conducted by a foreign operative.

 

The foreigner was involved in the arrest of "Mac", 18, who was found in possession of 31 bars of compressed ganja weighing one kilo each and 39.6 grams of crystal meth. 

 

A Toyota Camry, 277,220 baht, a gold necklace and four baht weight gold amulet were taken into evidence after the arrest at the Jamjuree Restaurant. 

 

This led to the arrest of Wiwat or "Boy", 53, with ten blocks of ganja and a Vios at the same location. 

 

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Later Somkid or "Kid", 49, was arrested with 66 kilo blocks on Mitraphap Road in Muang district of Chonburi along with a Vios and a Cefiro. 

 

The drugs came from Laos and were being distributed among foreign tourists in Pattaya, said INN.

 

They named several other people in the supply line but only reported three arrests.

 

Source: INN

 

 

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hahaha selling mexican trail mix to tourists ?

 

that's not even weed they are displaying. 

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26 minutes ago, ezzra said:

Out of Soi Bua Khao? I'm shocked, and i thought that this soi is only populated with places of worship, nuns and clergy men crushing grapes making sacramental wines...

Lol Pattaya is where all the international drug dealers gather to import and export while paying the police off . Been going on for years and is how half Of these guys keeps the doors open . 

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7 hours ago, ezzra said:

Out of Soi Bua Khao? I'm shocked, and i thought that this soi is only populated with places of worship, nuns and clergy men crushing grapes making sacramental wines...

Don,t be silly...it is a peaceful and affluent residential area however....dealing drugs well I,m gobsmacked :cheesy:

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7 hours ago, chrisandsu said:

Lol Pattaya is where all the international drug dealers gather to import and export while paying the police off . Been going on for years and is how half Of these guys keeps the doors open . 

"customers".....:thumbsup:

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

They named several other people in the supply line but only reported three arrests.

Perps! Slap them once, they'll talk, slap them 5 times to shut them up!

 

2 hours ago, webfact said:

a gold necklace and four baht weight gold amulet were taken into evidence after the arrest at the Jamjuree Restaurant. 

 

No luck with THAT amulet!

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Guess as selling to tourists business has been poor and an envelope late or light. Let that be a warning to all the others.

 

Cheers

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Obviously Thais don't buy weed (they only buy Ya Ba) or is this another piece of farang bashing?

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2 minutes ago, Justgrazing said:

 

 

They are kidding with names like that .. Boy need to swap monikers with Mac .. or maybe Kid ..

jesus Thailand hub of totally unimaginative half inched English three letter name's ..  

Wouldn't that be, 'Jesus, 33'?

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Is the marijuana now all going to be burnt?

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My dealer from the hospital sells a lot better cannabis oil, and it's legal !

 

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

They named several other people in the supply line but only reported three arrests.

The others were too busy to show up at the police station...

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