Sek Loso fails to show up to acknowledge drug charge

PUBLISHED ON FRI, JAN 12, 2018 6:57 PM

Sek Loso fails to show up to acknowledge drug charge

 

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Rock singer Sek Loso did not show up to acknowledge drug abuse charge at Khan Na Yao police station in Bangkok today (Jan 12), claiming that he had some important things to do.

 

Khan Na Yao police station summoned Sek or Seksan Sukphimai to acknowledge drug abuse charge today, but Sek appointed his lawyer Mongkholwichit Thanasophon to see the police and asked for permission to turn himself in on Jan 17 instead.

 

Sek was arrested in his home in Bangkok on Dec 31 on firearm charges. A subsequent urine test found that he tested positive to methamphetamine and ecstasy.

 

Full Story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/sek-loso-fails-show-acknowledge-drug-charge/

 
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