A person who fled to Thailand after allegedly committing intercourse crimes in Cambodia was arrested in Chanthaburi province yesterday.
Chanthaburi Immigration officers arrested 23 yr outdated Samnang I-eng of Cambodian nationality underneath an arrest warrant issued by Chon Buri Provincial Courtroom on November 24, 2020, after he allegedly fled an arrest warrant in his residence nation.
Samnang is accused of, “taking a minor aged over 15 years outdated however lower than 18 years outdated away from their dad and mom, taking away a minor aged over 15 years outdated however lower than 18 years outdated away for indecent acts or rape, and committing indecent acts towards an individual over 15 years outdated,” studies KhaoSod.
Investigating officers at Sri Racha Police Station later discovered that Samnang filed a request for employment underneath the government’s scheme for international staff of 4 nationalities (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam) in Chanthaburi province.
Police due to this fact knowledgeable Chanthaburi Immigration officers who discovered Samnang standing on the roadside outdoors Chanthaburi Immigration Workplace in Wat Mai subdistrict in Mueang district and requested to see his documentation.
Initially, Samnang admitted to being the identical individual detailed within the arrest warrant. Police escorted him all the way in which to Sri Racha Police Station in Chon Buri to face prosecution.
On Saturday, police in Phetchaburi province in central Thailand arrested a Frenchman who allegedly stole a backpack containing cash and belongings price 150,000 baht from a Belgan man named Laffel.
Phetchaburi Police additionally arrested a 31 yr outdated Burmese nationwide named Ton on Sunday underneath suspicion of smuggling 50 unlawful Burmese staff into Thailand.
Whereas the police efficiently intercepted the transportation of staff to the Chumphon province in southern Thailand, Ton initially managed to flee arrest. Nevertheless, following an arrest warrant, officers efficiently apprehended him within the Phetchaburi on Sunday.