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Chiang Rai Police Chase Down Drug Runner, 400,000 Meth Pills Seized

According to authorities, the 400,000 meth pills were being smuggled into Muang District, Chiang Rai.

According to authorities, the 400,000 meth pills were being smuggled into Muang District, Chiang Rai.

 

CHIANG RAI – A 27-year-old Thai man has been apprehended on drug smuggling charges, after a spirited chase by Chiang Rai police. According to police authorities, the suspects 400,000 meth pills were being smuggled into Muang District, Chiang Rai. Along with the drugs, the police confiscated a cellphone, a motorcycle, and a truck that was being used to deliver the drugs.

The accused man confessed that the drugs belonged to a well-known drug network in the north and that he had picked up the drugs from a Hmong man.

Meanwhile another drug arrest took place in Chiang Mai Province where four kilos of crystal meth, also known as “ya-ice”, were confiscated, while in the possession of a 27-year-old woman traveling back from Hong Kong.

According to Chiang Mai’s Customs Office, the drugs were neatly wrapped and hidden in two baby strollers. The police believe that the woman had connections with an Indonesian man who was earlier arrested at Suvarnabhumi Airport when discovered smuggling 33 kilograms of a similar drug.- Read more here

Chiang Mai Airport, an officer declared the arrest of  Miss Siriporn Seroomchon, (27), of Chachoensao province who was caught smuggling 4.230 kilograms worth of ice - Photo Daily News

Chiang Mai Airport, an officer declared the arrest of Miss Siriporn Seroomchon, (27), of Chachoensao province who was caught smuggling 4.230 kilograms worth of ice – Photo City News Chiang Mai

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