19 12 months previous arrested for allegedly smuggling 2 million methamphetamine pills

A 19 yr old was arrested for alleged smuggling of greater than 2 million methamphetamine pills to northeast Thailand’s Nong Khai province from the Mekong River on Saturday evening. The suspect is recognized as Phayu Phikhawong and was recruited for 300,000 baht to ship 2,164,000 methamphetamine tablets, often recognized as “ya ba” which means “crazy drug,” from Phon Phisai district in Nong Khai province to an individual in Wang Noi district, Ayutthaya province.
According to Pol Maj Gen Phitsanu Unhaseri, chief of Udon Thani police, he had been paid by a Thai residing in Laos, whose name was suppressed, to choose up and ship the medication on the night time of the incident. Accompanied by two bikers, he loaded the drugs onto the automobile and started the engine to take off. Officers who had been watching their movement from a distance stormed in and arrested him. The two riders managed to flee away on their motorbikes.
During questioning, police discovered the suspect was arrested as soon as at the age of 17 for promoting 33 methamphetamine drugs and had been working as a narcotics courier since his launch, earning up to three million baht as of today.
Painless in Udon Thani’s Chai Wan had been searched by police, the place the additional 64,000 methamphetamine tablets were found, in accordance with Pol Maj Gen Phitsanu. He was then charged with illegally possessing medication with the purpose of selling them, and was held at the Rattanawapi police station in Nong Khai for authorized proceedings..

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