Five more groups of Myanmar border-crossers caught

Five more groups of Myanmar border-crossers caught

Additionally, five pirates were detained in situations in Kanchanaburi’s borders districts.

Five more groups of Myanmar border-crossers caught
Some of the 79 unlawful immigrants detained this month are waiting by the side of the road in Kanchanaburi’s Thong Pha Phum area. ( Photo: Piyarach Chongcharoen )

KANCHANABURI: Seventy-nine Myanmar nationals from five different teams were detained differently over the course of two times after crossing the border into the Thong Pha Phum city without authorization. Five pirates were even caught.

In the first situation, a group of officers, troops, and local officials discovered nine men hiding beneath a home in tambon Tha Khanun on Wednesday around 10am after receiving a tip.

All were accused of entering Myanmar without authorization. Bunlert Borisut, the owner of the house, was detained for assisting the people in avoiding imprisonment.

A pickup truck with Kanchanaburi license plates was signaled to stop at a later time during a road station at the Thong Pha Phum crossing in tambon Tha Khanun when the police manning the station did the same thing, but the pilot fled as a caution. The lieutenant crime reduction key at the Thong Pha Phum place, Pol Sub-Lt Somphob Khankham, jumped onto the truck’s bed but was unable to prevent the vehicle.

Additional officers then gave fight before the vehicle stopped at the Ong Thi crossing, about 5km from the station, and fled into the jungle. Afterward, officers succeeded in apprehending him.

The vehicle was identified as Phongchok Worngwong- aree, 43, a native of tambon Tha Khanum. Seventy men and three women from Myanmar were discovered in the delivery and later detained.

According to reports, Mr. Phongchok allegedly told police that a Myanmar man had hired him for$ 8,000 to transport the illegal migrants from Sangkhla Buri district to the Ban Phaeo intersection in Samut Sakhon state. One was scheduled to travel with the group to work when they arrived there.

The workers explained to authorities via an interpreter that they had crossed the Three Pagodas Pass to bring them into the Sangkhla Buri district on foot. A link helped them to prevent some gates.

Following that, Mr. Phongchok drove the pick truck that was supposed to transport the party to Samut Sakhon. They said they had each paid a task agent 8, 000 to 10, 000 baht. &nbsp,

Authorities have protect next to some of the improper workers arrested in Thong Pha Phum, Kanchanaburi. ( Photo: Piyarach Chongcharoen )

In the second case, after receiving a tip, officers on Wednesday made 35 illegal immigrants arrests in a wooded area of tambon Hindad on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. The 25 men and 10 women included eight kids and boys.

The workers were looking to work in the interior provinces, according to police. All cases were turned over to the Thong Pha Phum officers place for legal actions.

One hours earlier, officers holding a station in tambon Chalae chased a delivery that refused to stop for a research, intercepting it at a petrol station where they arrested six Myanmar guys and two Thai smugglers: vehicle Somchai Mingkhwan, 40 and Kanchanit Chansomboon, 36, who accompanied him.

A criminal and 19 improper job applicants were detained on Tuesday evening near a beach in tambon Tha Khanum. The criminal, who was only identified as Win, was a Sangkhla Buri native and was driving a Toyota Fortuner that police were only able to capture at around 9:30 p.m.