Police nab 5 for fraud, e-cigs and drugs

Police nab 5 for fraud, e-cigs and drugs

Five foreigners were arrested this week in four separate cases involving call centre scams, e- cigarette sales and narcotics, Pol Maj Gen Panthana Nuchanart, deputy head of the Immigration Bureau ( IB ), said yesterday.

A Korean criminal, 51, was detained in his apartment in Chon Buri’s Bang Lamung district in the first case.

Mr. Oh allegedly spearheaded a call-center scam in China that allegedly cost at least 200 million won ( 5.42 million baht ) in damages and was wanted by the South Korean authorities on fraud charges. His imprisonment was accompanied by a red see from Interpol.

The Chon Buri immigration company also cited Mr. Oh for overstaying, according to Pol Maj Gen Panthana.

The next engaged another Asian, identified as Blue, 27, who was arrested at a restaurant in Bangkok’s Thong Lor location for selling e- cigarettes and improper barakus, also known as hookahs, as well as working without a permit.

Police Maj Gen Panthana reported that a investigate was acting as a customer and reached Mr. Blue through his website accounts in order to arrest the suspect. They agreed to meet at the restaurant, where the estimate was able to apprehend the suspect when he presented her with an e-cigarette circumstance that he sold for 340 ringgit.

Meilee, 66, a Japanese woman, who was wanted by the Chinese authorities for allegedly defrauding, was the subject of the next arrest.

Ms. Meilee claimed to be the vice president of a Thai real estate company when she defrauded Chinese investors before fleeing with their income. The fraud cost 88 patients at least 608 million baht in full problems. She was discovered in her Bangkok property complex in Sukhumvit.

Metropolitan Police Division 1 yesterday even nabbed two Foreign offenders, identified as Li, 25, and Yang, 29, for possession of narcotic drugs for the purpose of transmission in their house in Bangkok’s Huai Khwang area.

18.8 kilogrammes of crystal meth, one bag of dry drug, a digital weighing level, and two cellular phones were all taken by police.