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Crime, Courts, Calamity

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

Arrest Warrants Issued For Siam Paragon Bombers

BANGKOK — Police have obtained arrest warrants for two suspects in connection with the double bombing of a high-end shopping mall in downtown Bangkok on Sunday.

Drunk Drivers May Serve Stint as Morgue Helpers

BANGKOK — To try to combat the carnage on the country's roads during the annual weeklong Songkran celebration, authorities are going gory: Drunk drivers and repeat traffic offenders may be sent to work in hospital morgues to see the fruits of their irresponsibility.

Englishman Falls 3 Stories to His Death in Pattaya

PATTAYA — An Englishman fell to his death in the early hours of Friday morning at Walking Street in Pattaya.

Rocker Sek Loso Sentenced to Jail

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT — A court in southern Thailand on Thursday sentenced a famed rock musician to five days in prison for firing a handgun in a temple late last year.

Attorney General Vows to Prosecute Stalled Case Against Red Bull Heir

BANGKOK — Four years after he killed a Bangkok motorcycle cop, fugitive Red Bull heir Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya still faces prosecution, the Attorney General’s office announced today.

Two Abducted Chinese Are Released; One Suspect Is Arrested

The third Chinese kidnapping case is solved; at least two abducted Chinese are safe. Two abducted Chinese were released and returned home safely at 4...

Kidnapped Vietnamese Man 'Mistaken' For Debtor

(8 January) Police in Pattaya have arrested a group of suspects who claimed they had kidnapped a Vietnamese man out of misunderstanding.
Petty Officer 1st Class Bayroot Pakbara.

Thai SEAL Dies of Blood Infection a Year After Cave Rescue

BANGKOK (AP) — A Thai navy SEAL who was part of the dramatic rescue of 12 boys and their soccer coach from a flooded cave has died of a blood infection contracted during the risky operation, the Royal Thai Navy said.

With Interpreter on the Run, Erawan Bombing Trial is Postponed to September

BANGKOK — The first court examination of a witness in the bomb attack that killed 20 people last year was adjourned on Tuesday because an interpreter for the two accused bombers jumped his bail on drug charges.
A Thai returnee arrives at Suvarnabhumi Airport on April 16, 2020.

3,000 Foreign Teachers To Enter Thailand Amid Pandemic

BANGKOK — The government on Monday said more than 3,000 foreign teachers have registered to enter Thailand following the move to ease coronavirus travel restrictions.


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