Indonesian cops nab Chaowalit

Indonesian cops nab Chaowalit

Indonesian cops nab Chaowalit
Chaowalit: On work for seven weeks

Chaowalit Thongduang, an inmate who allegedly escaped from a Nakhon Si Thammarat medical last October while receiving care and eventually engaged in a police battle, has been apprehended in Indonesia after seven times on the run.

According to Justice Minister Tawee Sodsong’s record at Government House, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin confirmed Chaowalit’s arrest on Thursday, citing a statement from Justice Minister Tawee Sodsong.

According to Mr. Srettha, the arrest occurred after Indonesian government and the Royal Thai Police and the Justice and Foreign Affairs departments sought assistance. No additional details were immediately accessible.

Chaowalit, 37, was serving occasion for attempted murder and was facing a slew of different legal charges, including murder, another attempted murder and weapon possession.

After being taken it for medical care, he fled Maharaj Nakhon Si Thammarat Hospital on October 22.

On November 8, authorities tracked him to a shelter in Trang’s Banthad mountain range. A battle ensued, and he managed to escape into the hills that cross Phatthalung, Trang and Satun counties. Chaowalit was reportedly escaped Thailand in a boat from Satun despite a huge chase.

He released videos recordings while he was on the run that made accusations of unfair treatment.

Despite the involvement of various other suspects, he claimed that he was the only one who had already received a criminal sentence. He claimed that the pending murder case’s loan program was no handled pretty.

His long criminal record was pointed out by the Ministry of Justice, which rejected the allegations. In the following attempted murder event, Chaowalit was sentenced in absentia to life in prison on December 25.