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Crime, Courts, Calamity

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

Cops to Abolish Jurisdiction Limits for Criminal Complaints

BANGKOK — Victims of crimes may soon be able to file their complaints at any police station in the country.

School Closed After 8-Year-Old Pupil Tests Positive for Covid-19

BANGKOK — An elderly couple and their 8-year-old grandson have been diagnosed with the Covid-19 infection, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Thailand to 40.
The condominium in Bangkok’s Bang Yi Khan area where a Dutch tourist Monday fell Monday morning to his death.

Dutchman’s Fall Was Suicide: Police

BANGKOK — Police on Thursday said they will rule the death of a Dutch man who fell from a woman’s Bangkok condominium a suicide.

Uni Shows ‘New Normal’ Classrooms as Schools Set for Reopening

BANGKOK — Schools and universities around Thailand are set to reopen on Wednesday amid the declining threats of the coronavirus, albeit with some new restrictions in the classrooms.

Taxi Driver Returns Money Left Behind By Tourists

(10 January) A taxi driver has returned to Pattaya police a sum of money worth more than 100,000 baht reportedly left behind in his taxi by a Russian couple.

Speechless moment, a male suspected wrongdoing chanted Chinabanchorn wishing to lure police to let...

A man was caught at his cottage for holding a rifle illegally and was brought to police station where he made all officers stunned...

Fugitive Ex-PM Thaksin Says He Recovered From Coronavirus

BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand's self-exiled former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra says he was hospitalized for about two weeks after diagnosing himself as having the coronavirus. News of his illness began circulating several hours after it was revealed that U.S. President Donald Trump and his wife Melania tested positive for the disease.

Truck-Smashing Aunties Get Lenient Sentence

BANGKOK — A court on Thursday handed down probation to two women whose axe attack on a pickup truck blocking their mansion won widespread sympathy.

Israeli Sentenced to Die for Killing Fellow Expat

BANGKOK — An Israeli man has been sentenced to die for the murder of a fellow Israeli last year, police said Saturday.

Thai Govt's Boat People Policy 'Illegal, Helps Trafficking Trade'

BANGKOK — The Thai government's policy of allowing boats of migrants in Thai waters to continue to a third country is illegal and indirectly supports the human trafficking trade, according to a member of the Lawyer Council of Thailand.

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