Two Thai men arrested in Patong for drug possession

PUBLISHED ON SAT, SEP 9, 2017 9:01 PM

Two Thai men arrested in Patong for drug possession 

The Phuket News

 

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PHUKET: Patong Police yesterday (Sept 8) arrested two Thai men and seized a variety of drugs and gold items as part of a special investigation seeking to reduce drug crimes in the Patong area.

 

Patong Police Chief Colonel Tassanai Orarigadech told The Phuket News, “These two cases of drug dealers being arrested is a part of special project aimed at reducing drugs in Patong, which is taking place over September 6 to September 15.”

 

“Yesterday (Sept 8), we found two Thai men with drugs, Nikom “Aun” Seangchan, 32, and Sarayut “Ping” Keawchu, 29. They will face charges of possession of illegal drugs with intent to distribute.


Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/two-thai-men-arrested-in-patong-for-drug-possession-63820.php#YuETfPI16lX7JcBQ.97

 

 

 
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