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Drug Dealer Kept Meth Stash In ‘Haunted House’ Because Scared Locals Wouldn’t Go Inside

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A drug dealer left his stash in a haunted house because he knew people would be too scared to go inside.

Mr Phetchai, 26, hid 138,000 methamphetamine tablets and two mobile phones in the run-down home in Phitsanulok, northern Thailand.

Superstitious locals are terrified of the property after ghost stories about two lovers perished there several years ago. It has been abandoned ever since and neighbours are even scared of walking past the home.

Certain that nobody would venture inside, Phetchai left his valuable stash of drugs there each day and night.

However, he was caught by undercover police in a sting operation on Tuesday night and forced to lead them to the rest of his supply.

Unfortunately for Phetchai, local cops were not scared of going inside the haunted house.

Officers seized 10,000 pills he was planning to sell along with another 128,000 in the haunted house and the suspect’s Toyota pickup truck.

Phetchaiwas grilled by police and allegedly confessed to dealing drugs and using a local Buddhist monk as a courier. He said he kept the drugs in the abandoned house because it was well-known for being haunted.



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Police Bust Wife For Flogging Fake Visas, American Husband For Dealing Dope

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Immigration police got two for the price of one when they raided the home of a Thai woman suspected of selling fake visas to foreigners and found her husband was running a cannabis farm from the premisses.

Immigration chief Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang said his team were investigating the popular Thai Visa Centre in Bang Na and had obtained a search warrant for a house in the Khan Na Yao district of the capital where the owner resided with her American husband.

Officers discovered 55 fake immigration stamps and forged documents used to procure visas.

A 34-year-old woman admitted to providing fake visa extensions and stamps to foreign customers and was taken into custody.

Police Bust Wife For Flogging Fake Visas American Husband For Dealing Dope

As officers carried out a search of the house on the second floor they found 60 marijuana plants, 99 grams of dried weed and cannabis oil plus scales, vacuum packaging equipment, and plastic bags used for distributing and selling drugs.

The American husband of the visa forger claimed the cannabis was for personal use. Police dismissed his claims and cuffed him.

The couple were handed over to Bang Chan police for further legal proceedings.

Photo Credit: dailynews.co.th



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CCSA To Discuss Schools Returning To Normal

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The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration will discuss schools returning to normal opening at a meeting to be held this Friday, August 7.

The announcement was made by General Somsak Roongsita, the secretary-general to the National Security Council, following lobbying by the Education Ministry.

Education Minister Nataphol Teepsuwan said students should return to school now that the risk of infection is minimal, adding children are missing out and can’t complete their studies through online classes.

If the CCSA gives the go-ahead, millions of classes can return to normal following guidelines issued by the Public Health Ministry.regulations



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Four Shot Dead In Bangkok Gambling Den

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Four people, including a police inspector and a soldier, were shot dead on at an illegal gambling den in Bangkok on Monday night.

The incident happened at around 11pm at a four-storey building in the Yan Nawa district of the capital that left two men and two women dead.

Officers from Thungmahamek Police Station found four bodies including that of Pol Lt-Colonel Watthaseth Samniangprasert, investigation inspector from Samaedam Police Station. The dead soldier and the other two victims were not named.

A manhunt for the killer has been launched by police who gave away few details to the press.

Local media report neighbours heard several gunshots from the ground floor gambling den on Rama III Road Soi 66 where around 60 people were playing slots and baccarat.



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