Fugitive Chaowalit to return from Jakarta on chartered flight

Fugitive Chaowalit to return from Jakarta on chartered flight

Fugitive Chaowalit to return from Jakarta on chartered flight
High- report criminal Chaowalit” Paeng Nanod” Thongduang

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT:High- report criminal Chaowalit” Paeng Nanod” Thongduangwill be extradited to Thailand on a chartered flight organised by Indonesian authorities, after a previous plan to bring him home on an RTAF aircraft came under public scrutiny.

Later on Tuesday, a source reported that the certified aircraft would depart immediately from Jakarta to Nakhon Si Thammarat.

The 37-year-old fugitive may be interrogated and fully charged over his exit from custody, according to Pol Maj Gen Somchai Seutortrakul, the police chief of Nakhon Si Thammarat. A exclusive unit will pick him up at the municipal airport and get him to Muang police station. He said Chaowalit’s attorney may be present during the whole procedure, which, depending on the criminal’s level of cooperation, may take up to a couple of days.

The corrections department would next handle him.

Security may be restricted at the aircraft and along the route to the location, he said. The road was never made public by the police chief.

Chaowalit, 37, was serving day at Nakhon Si Thammarat Prison for attempted murder and was facing a slew of different costs in other situations, including murder, attempted murder and firearms hands, when he escaped.

On Oct 22 last month, he fled Maharaj Nakhon Si Thammarat Hospital, where he was being treated for medical problems.

Despite a massive hunt that followed, Chaowalit managed to escape Thailand in a boat, presumably from Satun. Chaowalit claimed that the justice program treated him badly while he was on the run, and he released some video clips while he was on the run. Last Thursday, Indonesian authorities detained him in Bali for drug working, assaulting women, and using a fictitious ID card.

Justice Minister Pol Col Tawee Sodsong announced on Monday that the Corrections Department would choose where Chaowalit would be detained and that it would send instructions to the relevant authorities to increase safety.

Pol Maj Yutthana Phraedam, deputy chief of the Department of Special Investigation ( DSI), said on Monday Chaowalit’s case has not been transferred to the DSI.

But, he said DSI had conducted a fact- getting spacecraft on Chaowalit’s claims of cruelty, his connections to medicine rings and his escape from the hospital.