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Teen Says He Stabbed Engineer to Death for His Motorbike

BANGKOK — Two weeks after he was seen stabbing a man to death on a busy Lat Phrao district street, the confessed murderer said he just wanted to take his motorcycle.

Singer ‘Q Flure’ Seriously Injured in Thonglor Hit-and-Run

BANGKOK — Suveera "Q" Boonrod, the lead singer of Flure, was hit by a motorbike early this morning. The rider fled the scene and is wanted by police.

Suspects in Chiang Mai Pub Bathroom Brawl Jailed

CHIANG MAI — A television actor’s boyfriend and three private security guards blamed for the beating of the 23-year-old son of an army general in Chiang Mai were jailed Thursday morning.

Vocational Students Attack Wrong Guy, Slash His Face

SAMUT PRAKAN — Three of six vocational students suspected of slashing the face of a 20-year-old factory worker turned themselves into police Thursday morning.

150 Arrested in Pattaya Pool Party for Failing Drug Test

PATTAYA — Authorities raided a club early Sunday morning and charged the owners with running an illegal entertainment venue, an operation in which police said 150 partygoers tested positive for drugs.

Jenphop Granted Bail After Being Sentenced for Killing 2 Grad Students

AYUTTHAYA — The court on Wednesday granted businessman Jenphop Viraporn bail for a car crash that killed two grad students a year ago after earlier sentencing him to two and a half years in prison.

After Taiwan Stop, Fugitive Red Bull Heir’s Path a Mystery

BANGKOK — With the clock about to run out on a hit-and-run charge, the whereabouts of an heir to the Red Bull energy-drink empire...

144 Arrested as Part of Operation ‘X-Ray Outlaw Foreigner’

BANGKOK — Nearly 150 foreigners were arrested early Friday morning when authorities raided a night market on Ratchadaphisek Road.

Six Charged in Largest Known Single-Day Lese Majeste Crackdown

BANGKOK — Six people were charged with insulting the monarchy and violating the Computer Crime Act on Wednesday in what is believed to be the most lese majeste charges filed in a single day.

Woman Forced Off Bangkok Bus, Slapped for Allegedly Insulting Late King

BANGKOK — A woman passenger was slapped in the face after being accused of defaming the king and forced off a public bus Monday, an incident captured in a video posted online.

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