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Thursday, 23 October 2008

Pattaya gang member wanted by the police was shot dead while he was riding his motorbike with his girlfriend in Pattaya


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Pattaya gang member wanted by the police was shot dead while he was riding his motorbike with his girlfriend in Pattaya. Police assume his death was a revenge attack or linked to drug dealing. Banglamung police investigator Pol.Lt.Col. Pon Prasertsri was notified that Toa Naklua,otherwise known as Tao Pachajeen, had been brutally shot at the entrance of Sukhumvit Soi 22 ( Soi Susan Gao towards the old Chinese cemetery), Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi. Pol.Lt.Col. Pon Prasertsri and his police team together with the Sawang Boriboon rescue rushed to investigate.
At the scene they found a white Honda Wave 125 I motorbike, Red License no. 19-601, Pattaya which had fallen on top of the deceased body of Mr. Krisada Ponpaipal (22), otherwise known as "Tao Pachajeen", a notorious Naklua gang member, who was living at 260/54 Moo. 2, Naklua, Chonburi. The deceased was wearing a dark blue t-shirt and jeans. Examination the body revealed that Mr. Krisada had one shot under his nose, one to his right rib and two on his back. Police found 11 mm. bullet cases and four bullets on the ground near the body. There were two guns on the dead man's belt, a .38 Thai made model with 6 bullets and a .9 mm with 10 bullets in the magazine. Police also found 8 tablets of Yah Bah in his wallet which police kept as evidence


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