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Irishman Arrested Selling 1Kg Of Dope To Cops

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Irishman Arrested Selling 1Kg Of Dope To Cops

A 23-year-old Irishman was arrested on Monday night in Chiang Mai as he attempted to sell 1Kg of marijuana to officers from the Crime Suppression Division.

Kieran Barry had been dealing dope online and locally before coming to the attention of local law enforcement agencies who set up a sting operation that seen the Irishman in cuffs and looking at a lengthy stretch behind bars.

Irishman Arrested Selling 1Kg Of Dope To Cops

Barry was arrested outside the Chiang Mai Night Plaza Boutique Hotel by Crime Suppression Division Commander Lt Gen Akkaradet Pimolsri and Lt Col Kwanphichai Manochulemsupattempting as he attempted to sell the drugs to officers for 200,000 baht.

Following his arrest Barry confessed to buying and selling drugs in the northern city and taking online orders that were then posted to buyers.

He was charged with various drug offences and remanded pending further investigation.



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  1. Mutiny

    October 21, 2015 at 2:11 pm

    Wow! A white guy in Thailand selling drugs? One in the eye for all the butter-wouldn’t-melt-in-our-mouths farangs who insist that white people don’t commit serious crime in Thailand.

  2. Slomo

    October 21, 2015 at 9:37 pm

    Mutiny you are an idiot, selling weed is hardly what any normal person would call a serious crime. 5-10 years and it will be legal damn near world wide.

  3. mde

    October 23, 2015 at 5:42 pm

    Slomo – selling weed *IS* a serious crime in Thailand, which is where the offence took place. He has broken the law in Thailand and will be sentenced in Thailand, my guess is that he will go to jail for at least 5 years. In some Asian countries commiting such offences may well end up with the death penalty. The fact that selling weed in other countries is not a serious offence is neither here nor there, but I think you are getting the offence of possesion of a small amount for personal use (a minor offence in many western countries) mixed up with drug dealing of a large quantity (a serious offence in many western countries). But like I said, this is Thailand, and this is where the offence took place.

  4. Stan

    October 28, 2015 at 3:45 am

    dealing on-line thats a new one

  5. mr blooby

    October 28, 2015 at 6:36 am

    He woz stiched up like a kipper guv! Us white folk is a goodun, now who’s gonna tarmac me drive

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Soldiers are now patrolling the border with Burma looking for people trying to enter Thailand illegally amid a spike in Covid-19 cases in the neighbouring country.

Dozens of Burmese workers have been caught in recent weeks trying to enter illegally across the rivers and dense jungle in Chiang Rai in the north of the country.

Officials fear that they could bring fresh cases of the coronavirus into the country.

Footage shows military personnel walking through the area to deter illegal entrants and catch any who have made it into the country.



Burma, now also known as Myanmar, has recorded 4,467 cases of Covid-19 and 70 deaths.

Thailand closed its borders on March 22 and government chiefs are now torn between keeping them closed and stopping the spread of the virus, or re-opening to international visitors to stimulate the tourism-reliant economy, which accounted for up to 20 per cent of GBP in 2019.



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Heavy Rain From Typhoon Noul Batters The North

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The storm, which slammed into Vietnam’s central coast after strengthening as it crossed over the South China Sea, brought strong winds and heavy rain to parts of Thailand.

It is expected to continue to move west into Laos and northern Thailand, where severe rain and flooding have been predicted over the weekend. The National Centre for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting is Vietnam warned of winds of up to 160 kilometres per hour.

The Thailand National Centre for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting also warned of floods and damage from the typhoon.





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Prisoner Caught On CCTV Escaping From Jail In Phetchabun

A prisoner who walked right out the front door of Phetchabun prison dressed as a guard was arrested a couple of hours after making his great escape this afternoon.

Wutthichai Dechasitthanwat, 35, had been remanded in custody since July while waiting for a court case for seven charges of theft.

However, the suspect feared he would receive a long sentence and hatched a plan to escape from the jail in Phetchabun, central Thailand.

Wutthichai picked up a guards uniform and cap with a face mask to hide his features. He then completed the look by carrying a clipboard under his arm.

Incredibly, Wutthichai walked out of his cell wearing his disguise and oblivious prison staff opened the front doors for him – straight into the open car park and away to freedom.


The fugitive took a taxi to his house before riding away on his old motorcycle and heading for the north of the country.

Furious prison chiefs realised they had been duped when they checked Wutthichai’s cell later in the afternoon, which sparked a police manhunt.

Officers said they traced a mobile phone signal which lead them to Wutthichai who was hiding in an abandoned house in the same province.

He was arrested – without his disguise – and hauled back to prison where he now faces additional charges of escaping from custody.

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Police Major General Atthasit Sudsanguan said a ”large scale search” had been launched as soon as the prisoner was reported missing.

He added: ”We are now investigating how the prisoner could escape without anybody noticing.

”He said that he acted alone but we will need to be sure that there were no accomplices that helped him.

”We are preparing extra charges against him for breaking out of jail.”



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