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Arrest Made In Russian Assault And Robbery Case By Pattaya Police

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Arrest made in Russian Assault and robbery case by Pattaya Police

PATTAYA: -- A series of events occurred on New Year’s Day which culminated in the arrest of the main suspect wanted in connection with the abduction, assault and robbery case involving two female Russian tourists on 25th December.

The day began at 7am for Pattaya Police as Police Major General Sanchai, Deputy Region 2 Police Commissioner led a raid on a house in Soi Mapyailia 33 in East Pattaya with the assistance of Nongrue Police. At the house a Blue Toyota Mighty X pick-up with white rims, owned by the female house owner, was seized and the owner was invited to Nongprue Police Station where she confirmed the vehicle was taken by her estranged husband, Khun Wichien, known locally as “Bungsee”, on 24th December.

Police had already identified Khun Wichien as one of four suspects wanted in connection with the case. The other 3 suspects include a boy under the age of 18 who is thought to have acted as a lookout for the other three men as they committed the alleged assault of the Russians in the remote location in Huay Yai.

Police are slowly revealing details of the investigation which they initially kept from the public and local journalists. They spoke with a number of well-known gangs in the Huay Yai area and all of them gave the name of Khun Wichien as the owner of the pick-up which was then located by Police.

Full story: http://www.pattayaon...pattaya-police/

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-- Pattaya One 2013-01-02

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Man arrested in Russian Assault case from Pattaya

By Staff Reporter

PATTAYA: -- One of the weapons used to scare the two Russian women who were raped after being abducted in Pattaya has been recovered by police

Having interviewed all nearby businesses and taken CCTV recordings from some of those businesses in the area, Police have also announced that they have recovered a knife, some 50 yards from where the attack took place.

They are also said to have interviewed a local garage proprietor after he reported that someone had tried to sell the vehicle to him, but when the seller insisted it would be sold as spare parts and not as a whole vehicle. The garage keeper, who also deals in spare parts, is said to have turned down the deal .

Full story: http://www.pattaya10...lt-man-arreste/

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--Pattaya 103 FM 2013-01-02

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Sexual assault suspect arrested

The Nation

BANG LAMUNG: -- Police yesterday arrested a Thai man suspected of being one of three who raped, assaulted and robbed two Russian women at a reservoir in Bang Lamung in Chon Buri late on December 26.

After a morning raid on a Bang Lamung house to seize a pickup suspected of being used in the attack and interrogation of a woman who owned the truck, police brought in the two victims, who then identified the vehicle as the one used by their attackers. Police later arrested a man named Wichian Jaija, the truck owner's husband, at his mistress' house in Chachoengsao's Bang Pakong district.

The arrest reportedly came after police investigators were given information by some locals that Wichien and two others had robbed the Russian women and Wichen, together with an accomplice, allegedly raped the women while the third man acted as a lookout. The other two suspects were made to undergo a drug test and interrogation but neither had been charged at press time.

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-- The Nation 2013-01-02

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thumbsup.gif Great - I'm well-chuffed that the much-maligned BIB are taking this horrible crime seriously.
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Good work. Glad to see them taking action and catching filth like this and keeping them from roaming the street.

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Nice to see the police have such close relations with all the gangs in Pattaya...I guess it escapes them that these are the people they should be arresting. I like how they put it..."currently undergoing interviewing," I wonder how that's going for Khun Wichien smile.png

Maybe just hand over the Thai gang-banger to his local Russian counterparts and let them have their way with him.

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Great job well done! I hope they don't enoy the rest of their life in jail.

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Thai suspect arrested in Russian tourists Christmas robbery, rape case

By Digital Media

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CHACHOENGSAO, Jan 2 -- A Thai suspect has been arrested in connection with the rape, assault and robbery of two female Russian tourists on Christmas Day, December 25, in the tourist district of Pattaya in the nearby province of Chonburi.

Pol Maj-Gen Sanchai Chaiamporn, Deputy Region 2 Police Commissioner, led a raid on a house in Soi Mapyailia 33 in Pattaya's Banglamung district after receiving information that a vehicle used in the incident was there.

Police found a pickup truck, owned by the woman house owner. It was seized and the owner was asked to Nongprue Police Station where she said the vehicle was taken by her estranged husband, identified as Wichien Jaija, also known as Bungsee, on December 24.

The two Russian tourists confirmed that the vehicle was used on the day they were assaulted.

Police had earlier identified Mr Wichien as one of four suspects wanted in connection with the case following the investigation and questioning a teenaged witness.

The other three suspects include a boy under age 18 who is thought to have acted as a lookout for the other three men as they committed the alleged assault on the Russians in a remote location in Huay Yai.

Police later arrested Mr Wichien the home of another wife in Chachoengsao.

Two more suspects were detained for questioning but no charges yet have been filed against them.

The two Russian tourists reported to police that as they walked back to their hotel in Pattaya, they were forced at gunpoint and threatened with a knife into a pickup truck by three Thai men. The men robbed and raped the women in a forested area in Huay Yai and left them there. (MCOT online news)

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-- TNA 2013-01-02

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Good work. Glad to see them taking action and catching filth like this and keeping them from roaming the street.

Next question what sentence will this filth receive?

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Reading through this forum and in particular stories like this reminds me of the BBC news, I don't know why. I suspect because all this negativity is so depressing.

Thailand is no longer the country that I loved 25 years ago that's for sure, and given the resources I would probably move but it does make me wonder to what extent Thai Visa, with its seemingly constant stream of bad news, is representative of Thai society as a whole, or is my perception of reality being distorted.

Cant we have just one day of all good news stories.

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From as insignificant a statement as "Rounding up Ladyboys on Beach Road" to as seemingly as significant (as a human would think) as "(Rounding up) Murderers and Rapists": beyond the surface differences, is there really any significant and edifying result in the manner with which the Thais engage their problem solving skills? I think not, due to the fact that the garbage they collect (whether animate or inanimate) consistently ends up right back out on the street. The only difference from the process? Something of value has been exchanged to put everything back the way it was originally.

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Good work. Glad to see them taking action and catching filth like this and keeping them from roaming the street.

Next question what sentence will this filth receive?

Have to wait and see what they can afford.

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Reading through this forum and in particular stories like this reminds me of the BBC news, I don't know why. I suspect because all this negativity is so depressing.

Thailand is no longer the country that I loved 25 years ago that's for sure, and given the resources I would probably move but it does make me wonder to what extent Thai Visa, with its seemingly constant stream of bad news, is representative of Thai society as a whole, or is my perception of reality being distorted.

Cant we have just one day of all good news stories.

No.

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Prime Suspect Arrested In Russian Rape Case

PATTAYA:--Police have arrested a suspect for the rape and robbery of two Russian female tourists on Christmas Day. A pickup truck used by the suspect was also seized. Two other suspects were arrested but not initially charged. A teen boy also reportedly served as a lookout during the crime.

PATTAYA – January 1, 2013 [PDN]; at 7 a.m., police raided a home in East Pattaya and seized what is believed to be the pickup truck used in the rape and robbery of two Russian tourists on Christmas Day.

The ladies had been walking through a Pratumnak Hill park in the predawn darkness to return to their hotel. But they were forced into a pickup truck by three Thai men, who drove to the Sak Nok reservoir area in Huay Yai and assaulted them.

The raid was a coordinated effort by Nonprue police and Pol. Maj. Gen. Sanchai Chaiamporn, Deputy Commissioner, section 2; Pol. Maj. Gen. Katcha Thartsart, Commander, Chonburi province; Pol. Maj. Gen. Kittiphong Ngaomook, Commander, section 2; Pol. Col. Supphathee Boonkrong, Deputy Commander, Chonburi province; and Pol. Col. Somneuk Jankate, Superintendent.

The raided house is on Soi Mabyailia in Tambon Nong Preu, Amphur Banglamung. The pickup truck seized by police was a blueToyota Mighty-X with white max rims, license number BOR THOR-7200 Chonburi.

The registered owner of the pickup truck was the homeowner, “Mrs. Noi” (alias). She is separated from her husband, who is the prime suspect in the case.

Full story:http://www.pattayadailynews.com/en/2013/01/02/prime-suspect-arrested-in-russian-rape-case/

--PATTAYA DAILY NEWS 2013-01-02

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