Two teens arrested with tramadol pills, home-made gun

PUBLISHED ON FRI, OCT 13, 2017 12:40 AM

Two teens arrested with tramadol pills, home-made gun

 

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Two teenagers were arrested, one with a home-made gun and the other with 3,090 tramadol pills, in possession by police and military officers at a checkpoint in Phra Pradaeng district of Samut Prakan province on Thursday (Oct 12).

 

The authorities stopped 25 motorcycles, 19 cars and 20 taxis for a search in a crime and drug suppression drive at the checkpoint in Soi Suksawat 39 in Tambon Bang Phueng of Phra Pradaeng district.

 

Two teenagers were arrested. One was Nirus Srakaew, 19, a motorcyclist, who police found on him a .22mm home-made revolver with six rounds of ammunition.

 

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