Returned fugitive taken to central prison

Returned fugitive taken to central prison

Returned fugitive taken to central prison
At the officers aviation sector in Bangkok on Wednesday morning, authorities and corrections personnel escort Chaowalit Thongduang from the plane to a police vehicle. ( Photo supplied )

On Wednesday night, officers and corrections officials transported criminal Chaowalit” Sia Paeng Nanod” Thongduang from the southern state of Nakhon Si Thammarat to Bangkok, and he was instantly accepted to the main jail.

Chaowalit, 37, and his bodyguard arrived on a policeman planes at the police aviation sector in Don Muang area. The inmate, who was captured in Indonesia, was finally taken to Bang Kwang Central Prison in Nonthaburi state.

Chaowalit was transported by a police vehicle from the aircraft to the prison in the middle of a fleet along with four different police cars. Four strongly armed soldiers from the Crime Suppression Division accompanied him.

On Tuesday night, Indonesian authorities on a licensed private plane returned Chaowalit to Nakhon Si Thammarat. After a battle with an Indonesian woman drew authorities interest to him, he was detained in Bali on Thursday last year.

On Tuesday evening, police questioned him in Nakhon Si Thammarat, but they changed their plan to keep him that for four weeks. Instead, he was taken to Bangkok’s key prison. &nbsp,

Chaowalit was facing a number of other legal costs, including murder and possession of weapons. He was also serving time for attempted death.

After receiving medical care that on October 22, he escaped from Maharaj Nakhon Si Thammarat Hospital in Nakhon Si Thammarat on October 22, last month.

Police tracked him to a shelter in the Banthad hills range in Trang on November 8 after the escape. There was a&nbsp, battle and he escaped once, into the hilly landscape that traverses Phatthalung, Trang and Satun regions.

Despite a huge chase, the fugitive evaded catch. He eventually reportedly left Thailand in a boat after leaving Satun.

While on the move, Chaowalit released a series of films in which&nbsp, he claimed he had been badly treated.

He claimed that despite the involvement of several other suspects, he was the only one who received a sentence for his crimes. He claimed that the pending death case’s loan charm 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 each received career sentences.

The four strongly armed Crime Suppression Division soldiers who accompanied Chaowalit from the plane to Bang Kwang Central Prison on Wednesday night, were heavily armed. ( Photo supplied )