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Crime, Courts, Calamity

Bad things happen to good people; good things happen to bad people.

Chula Intern, 4 Others Die at CP Plant in Bangkok

BANGKOK — A university veterinary intern, plant worker and three security guards died Friday morning after falling into a wastewater treatment pond at a food processing plant belonging to the nation’s largest corporate conglomerate.

Prayuth Renews Call to End Police Perp Pressers

BANGKOK — Junta chairman Prayuth Chan-ocha on Friday urged police to end the practice of parading suspects in front of the press and forcing them to talk about their alleged crimes.

Tour Con Suspects to be Charged With Fraud, Firm’s Assets Confiscated

BANGKOK — The accused mastermind of a travel scam along nine other suspects will be charged with defrauding the public for allegedly leaving more than 1,000 tourists stranded at Suvarnabhumi Airport during Songkran, police said Thursday.

Rayong Man Confesses to Raping, Choking Girl to Death

RAYONG — A man suspected of abducting and murdering an 11-year-old girl reportedly confessed Thursday afternoon to police.

Rayong Man Suspected of Abducting, Killing Girl, 11

RAYONG — A man suspected of raping and killing an 11-year-old schoolgirl denied the allegations Thursday.

Shop Owner Puts Bounty on Thief Who Stole Her Antique Sign

KALASIN — Police in the northeastern province of Kalasin are looking for whoever stole a shop’s century-old sign after its owner offered 10,000 baht reward.

‘I Didn’t Intend to Hurt Anyone,’ Hospital Bombing Suspect Says

BANGKOK — A 61-year-old man who reportedly confessed to carrying out a bomb attack at an army-owned hospital said Tuesday he’s sorry for his action and apologized to his victims.

Airport Rail Link to Install Barriers After Pregnant Woman’s Death

BANGKOK — The operator of Bangkok’s Airport Rail Link system said all stations will be upgraded with security barriers after a train killed a pregnant woman who fell onto the tracks Monday morning.

Road Bomb Kills 6 Soldiers in Pattani

PATTANI — A powerful bomb hidden under a Pattani road killed six soldiers Monday. Ten soldiers were patrolling on the pickup when the bomb, hidden...

News Agency Blames Short Circuit for Fire

BANGKOK — An electrical malfunction is said to have caused a fire Monday morning at Banmuang newspaper’s offices in northern Bangkok, according to a report on its website.

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