Security tight for escapee”s return from Indonesia

Security tight for escapee"s return from Indonesia

Security tight for escapee's return from Indonesia
Chaowalit Thongduang may remain detained after being extradited from Indonesia on Tuesday in the body region at Muang police station in Nakhon Si Thammarat. ( Photo: Nujaree Rakrun )

When high-profile prison inmate Chaowalit Thongduang is extradited from Indonesia on Tuesday and handed over to provincial authorities, limited security will isolate his return.

Nakhon Si Thammarat police captain Pol Maj Gen Somchai Seutortrakul announced on Monday that a particular product may pick up the 37-year-old&nbsp on Tuesday at Nakhon Si Thammarat Airport and take him to Muang authorities place, where the murder suspect may be interrogated and fully charged over his exit.

He predicted that the police convoy may be surrounded by heavy security at the airport and along all the streets. He did not reveal the way.

Pol Maj Gen Somchai Seutortrakul said Chaowalit’s attorney may be present during the entire operation, which he expected may take a couple of days, depending the suspect’s level of cooperation.

Chaowalit, alias Paeng Nanod, was serving 20 years in prison on various criminal charges, including death and firearms hands, when he escaped from Maharaj Nakhon Si Thammarat Hospital on Oct 22. He had been taken it for medical treatment.

After being interrogated and informed of the new charges by authorities, the person will be handed over to Corrections Department officers for incarceration.

About Chaowalit’s abduction this Tuesday, Thai officials have made contradictory claims. Justice Minister Tawee Sodsong has stated that the slave may be returned to the southwestern province after being extradited straight from Indonesia to Nakhon Si Thammarat on an air pressure planes, but the municipal police chief said Chaowalit would be doing so.

Chaowalit was arrested by Indonesian authorities in Bali on Thursday for pharmaceutical working, using a false Indonesian&nbsp, ID cards and assaulting people.