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Slaughter in violation of discipline, Deputy Superintendent Sikhio, issued an arrest warrant for Xiao Jo inspected by himself

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29 Nov 2021 05:19

In case of arrest warrant for “Sia Jo”, the illegal oil mogul in the south has escalated Appointing a senior committee to investigate, deputy superintendent (investigation) of Sikhio Police Station, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, who received an arrest warrant from the Pattani Provincial Court in 2014, when he served as a special investigative officer at Sikhio Police Station, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, acting as a special investigative officer. Pattani City Police Station claim that “Once I received a copy of the arrest warrant, I didn’t keep it to myself. But I don’t remember sending a copy of the arrest warrant to anyone.” Unless specified in this order or referring to other police officials to report quickly

In the case of the police investigative team, the Royal Thai Police ambush investigating and arresting Mr. Sahachai or Sia Jo Jeansermsin, 53 years old, known as the lord of the illegal oil in the south. According to an arrest warrant for money laundering by the Songkhla Provincial Court After jumping back from a neighboring country in the Huai Khwang area to deny all allegations During the investigation, before bringing the detainees to detainees, they expedite the investigation of more than 10 cases in the directory, especially those made up and forged in which seals, seals, or stamps are stamped. Which is used for visas for international travel at the Pattani Provincial Court sentenced to 1 year and 9 months in prison from 17 June 2014, but it appears that no arrest warrants have been found. Until Xiao Jo was released in a money laundering case. After taking the detainee, the key suspect disappeared again. hot to the National Police Ordered the police of B.C.P. 9 to investigate the facts in the case of missing arrest warrants as already reported.

Progress from the Royal Thai Police (Sq.) on November 28, Pol. Lt. Gen. Preecha Charoensayanon, Assistant Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Police, acting on his behalf. The Commander-in-Chief of the Police issued a letter of Police Order No. 601/256 dated November 24, appointing a committee to investigate facts in case the Royal Thai Police received a report from the Provincial Police Headquarters 9 (Bor.P.P. .9) In case the Pattani Provincial Court issues an arrest warrant According to the arrest warrant No. 227/2014 dated October 9, 2014, Mr. Sahachai or Jo Jeansermsin was arrested. Must be found guilty of document-related offenses offenses related to the seal The Pattani Provincial Court issued a letter No. 309.007/8711-8712 dated October 9, 2014, sent an arrest warrant. Pattani police chief, with Pol Lt. Col. Chatchawan Apiromchawan, Deputy Superintendent (Investigation) of Sikhio Police Station, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, when he was in office. Special Special Investigation Officer, Sikhio Police Station, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, acting for the Special Special Investigation Officer. Pattani City Police Station is a recipient of a letter from the Pattani Provincial Court along with a copy of the arrest warrant from the court officer By signing and receiving a copy of the arrest warrant as evidence on October 9, 2014

Upon checking the facts from Pol. Lt. Col. Chatchawan Apiromchawan, he said that when he received a copy of the arrest warrant, he did not keep it to himself. But I can’t remember who sent a copy of the arrest warrant to anyone. And from the inspection of the arrest warrants in 2014, both of the Muang Pattani Police Station and the Pattani Provincial Police Agency There was no arrest warrant issued by the court in the name of Mr. Sahachai or Jo Jeansermsin. And when checking the receipt book, it was not found that the letter received No. 309.007/8711-8712 dated October 9, 2014 from the Pattani Provincial Court. Therefore, it is suspected that Pol Lt. Col. Chatchawan Apiromchawan, deputy superintendent (investigation) of Sikhio Police Station, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, committed a disciplinary violation. By virtue of the National Police Act BE 2547, Section 84 in conjunction with the Royal Thai Police Order No. 436/2548 dated June 20, 2005, the Royal Thai Police Order No. 494/2564 dated 1 October 2021 and a memorandum ordering the Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police dated 5 October 2021 at the end of the letter of the Office of the Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police (Administration) No. 0001 (Bor)/332 dated October 1 .2564 Re: Delegation of Powers, Duties and Responsibilities in Administrative Work therefore appointed an investigative committee investigating the matter It consists of the following people:

1. Lt. Gen. Itthipol Atchariyapradit Charay Police (Sorbor 8) is the chairman of the board. 2. Pol. Col. Janekamon Kamnuan, Deputy Commander of the Inspector General of Police 8, Office of the Inspector General of Police Member 3. Pol. Col. Apicha Sukprasong, Superintendent (Investigation) Investigation Group. Pattani Provincial Police Commission 4. Lt. Col. Pongpakorn Pipatanasomporn, Deputy Superintendent Investigation and Government Inspectorate 1, Inspectorate Division 8, Office of Inspector General Investigation and Inspectorate Division 2, Government Inspectorate Division 9, Office of the Inspector General of Police Director and Secretary 6. Lt. Col. Poonsak Pruekwan, Inspector (Investigation), Investigation Group Pattani Provincial Police Commission 7. Pol.Maj.Samran Khamon, Inspector (Investigation), Investigation Group Pattani Provincial Police Commission 8. Pol. Lt. Col. Worapat Petchong, Deputy Inspector, Department of Investigation and Inspectorate 2, Government Inspectorate Division 9, Office of Inspector General, Commissioner 9. Pol.Lt. Col. Pattachon Petch-Ann, Deputy Inspector, Investigation Department and the Government Inspectorate 1 Government Inspectorate Division 8 Police Inspectorate Office as assistant secretary In this regard, the Investigation Committee shall complete the investigation in accordance with the rules and procedures prescribed in the SEC Rules on the Investigation of Facts B.E. 2556, and then submit the investigation report. come for further consideration.

In addition, if the investigative committee deems that the case is based on The accused of disciplinary offenses in matters other than those specified in this order. or in the case of the investigation alluding to other police officials and the investigative committee considered That police official is involved or involved in the action in the matter under investigation. have the chairman of the board report to him asap

Reporters reported that when the report of Pol Lt. Gen. Nanthadej Yoinuan, Commander-in-Chief of Provincial Police 9, sent to Pol Gen Wisnu Prasarttong-Osoth, Police Station. Pol Gen Suwat Chaengyodsuk, police chief, because the case is important to the public and media’s attention. Affects the image of the Royal Thai Police very much. There are also people involved in many units. It was agreed that the Royal Thai Police should appoint an investigative committee instead of the agency to be appointed. It was proposed to use a joint committee from the Office of Inspector General of Police and Police Region 9 and to have Inspector General Police (Sorbor 8), who has the same position as the Commissioner, to be the chairman. in order to give people confidence in the operation of this matter, which the police chief agreed with It is the source of this order appointing the investigation committee of the Royal Thai Police.

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