Probe follows house raid on Nauru consul

The Royal Thai Authorities (RTP) will examine the Metropolitan Authorities Bureau (MPB) deputy commissioner and deputy chief of the Patrol and Unique Operation Department (PSD) concerning a 9.5-million-baht graft charge.

The RTP has actually established a committee to examine 9 PSD cops, much better referred to as the 191 cops, over accusations concerning the seriousness of their program, stated RTP spokesperson Pol Maj Gen Atchayon Kraithong.

He stated on Friday that the committee will likewise penetrate additional to discover if the 2 senior law enforcement officers have any relate to a continuous embezzlement case.

The examination followed a raid on the house of the previous consul-general of the Republic of Nauru in Sathon district, led by the Department of Unique Examination (DSI) and 191 law enforcement officers on Dec 22, 2022.

Officers of Thung Mahamek Police Headquarters, the precinct where the ex-consul-general’s home lies, are examining a missing out on amount of 5.5 million baht and another 4 million baht believed of altering hands in allurements for the release of 11 Chinese nationals discovered at the website.

According to Pol Maj Gen Atchayon, the officers are now collecting proof and questioning witnesses, and the missing out on cash will be discovered quickly.

On The Other Hand, Pol Maj Gen Atchayon likewise upgraded the media about Chinese business owner Chaiyanat “Tuhao” Kornchayanant, stating the RTP might look for the cancellation of bail for Pol Col Wanthanaree Kornchayanant, Mr Chaiyanat’s spouse if she is discovered to have actually been disrupting proof in her spouse’s case.

On Thursday, Attorney-General Naree Thanthasathian pushed several charges, consisting of those associated to narcotics and cash laundering, versus Mr Chaiyanat and 41 other suspects, after a 332-page examination report was sent out to the Bangkok South Bad Guy Court by the Workplace of Narcotics Lawsuits. The Workplace of the Attorney General Of The United States (OAG) will provide testament on Monday.

Kosolwat Inthuchanyong, the OAG’s deputy spokesperson, stated that they are questioning 23 suspects presently on bail while attempting to locate another 18.

He included that the OAG will get in touch with every nation the fugitives are apparently running away to seek their extradition.

In other news, the Chinese owner of Club One Pattaya was removed of his Thai citizenship the other day for breaching the registration law, according to the Internal Affairs Ministry.

Club One Pattaya was robbed in the early hours of Oct 22, and drugs were seized while approximately 200 Thai and foreign clients got away.

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