Fugitive ‘Paeng Nanod’ back on Thai soil

Fugitive ‘Paeng Nanod’ back on Thai soil

After seven times on the run, an Indian helicopter returns a man wanted for murder.

Fugitive ‘Paeng Nanod’ back on Thai soil
Officers surround Chaowalit Thongduang, aka Sia Paeng Nanod, at Nakhon Si Thammarat airports on Tuesday night. ( Photo supplied )

On Tuesday night, criminal Chaowalit Thongduang aka Sia Paeng Nanod flew to an Indonesian aircraft at Nakhon Si Thammarat aircraft, ending seven times on the run from Thai fairness.

Before handing him over to the Department of Corrections to initiate his sentence for attempted murder, authorities intend to question him. He is also facing additional fees, including death.

At 5.38 p.m., the certified Indonesian aircraft made its landing in the southwestern province. The 37-year-old criminal was handed over to senior officers officials, including immigration officials, regional police commissioners, and Nakhon Si Thammarat police chief.

He was accused of smuggling outside the region by immigration authorities. Additionally, he is accused of escaping captivity by Nakhon Si Thammarat officers.

To stop Chaowalit from fleeing once more along the 23-kilometer way from the airport to the Nakhon Si Thammarat police depot, safety was tight along the route.

Police strategy to issue Chaowalit for four weeks before&nbsp, turning him over to the Department of Corrections.

Chaowalit may get transported to Greater Bangkok for either Bang Kwang Central Prison in Nonthaburi or Klong Prem Central Prison in Bangkok, according to Justice Minister Tawee Sodsong. According to the secretary, officials are taking additional measures to stop Chaowalit from escaping or committing suicide.

He made the promise to file a lawsuit against any officers who had assisted in the previous exit.

Mr. Tawee claimed that officials were also assembling the evidence to support the Chaowalit escaping to Indonesia. He claimed that Indonesian government had provided full details regarding Chaowalit’s stay in the nation to their Thai counterparts.

Chaowalit was awaiting sentencing for attempted crime and was facing a number of other legal costs, including murder and possession of weapons. He escaped from Maharaj Nakhon Si Thammarat Hospital on October 22nd, 2013, after receiving medical care it.

Police tracked him to a shelter in the Banthad hills range in Trang on November 8 after the escape. Following a fight, he escaped again into the hilly landscape that traverses Phatthalung, Trang and Satun regions.

Despite a massive hunt, the criminal managed to evade record. Eventually, it was reported that he was reportedly leaving Thailand on a motorboat from Satun.

Chaowalit was on the move when he released a number of films in which he claimed were treated unfairly.

He claimed that despite many another suspects being involved, he was the only one given a sentence for his crimes. He claimed that the pending death case’s charm for bail had not been handled pretty.

Chaowalit was given a life sentence in absentia for attempted death on December 25. The incident occurred on September 9, 2019, at a cafe in the Muang city of Phatthalung. Additionally, his four co-defendants received living sentences.

Chaowalit Thongduang is being detained on Tuesday after being questioned in court and taken to an Indonesian helicopter. ( Photo supplied )