Fifty strong raiding parties come up with no drugs in Saturday crackdown in Pattaya

PUBLISHED ON MON, JUL 17, 2017 9:28 AM

Fifty strong raiding parties come up with no drugs in Saturday crackdown in Pattaya

 

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PATTAYA: -- Two raiding parties of 50 soldiers, cops and local officials visited pubs in Jomtien and North Pattaya at 3.30 am on Saturday morning.

 

The raiding parties - split into two - were looking for weapons and drugs.

 

Customers both Thai and foreign were tested for drugs at Pin-Khaen-Sor in Jomtien and another pub in North Pattaya on Pettrakoon Road.

 

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This yielded nothing but both establishments were found to be operating without a license and open after hours and were duly charged.

 

Source: TNews

 
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