According to US authorities, Karlsson used websites to defraud potential investors, earning about $1.6 Million US (Bt50 million) before fleeing to Thailand.
KOH CHANG – Thailand’s Central Investigation Bureau police have arrested a Swedish man wanted for multi-million dollar fraud is arrested on Koh Chang Island in Thailand where he has lived for eight years. Roger Nils-Jonas Karlsson, 45, was arrested on and Interpol red notice after US authorities in 2013 accused him of colluding with 12 […]
Kim Kyung Soo, 56, fled to Thailand two years ago to avoid arrest and prosecution in South Korea.
BANGKOK – Immigration Bureau commissioner Pol Lt Gen Surachate Hakparn, has told a press briefing in Bangkok that authorities have arrested Kim Kyung Soo, 56, wanted on an Interpol Red Notice, who fled to Thailand two years ago to avoid arrest and prosecution in South Korea for alleged investment fraud. Pol Lt Gen Surachate Hakparn […]
Hakeem al-Araibi could remain in jail in Thailand until August while a court decides on an extradition request from Bahrain, according to a spokesman for the Thai Attorney-General's office.
BANGKOK – Thailand’s Foreign Ministry went on the offensive yesterday after saying Thai officials only detained Australian refugee footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi, because Australian authorities sent an Interpol “red notice” after he boarded a plane to Bangkok. Thailand’s foreign ministry said on Wednesday that Thailand only became involved “by chance” after a police bureau that […]
Mr Lee had fled to Thailand in 2014 and kept changing his address in Bangkok, Pol Lt Gen Surachate Hakparn, chief of the Immigration Bureau, told reporters.
BANGKOK – Thailand’s Immigration Police have apprehended the alleged leader of a South Korean gang wanted for operating a fake lottery website that swindled people out of 40 billion won (about 1.29 billion baht)after five years on the run. Lee Sunghwa, 53, a South Korean national, was apprehended in front of the EmQuartier shopping complex […]
Saturday evening he was taken from the police cells at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport to the Immigration Detention Centre in the city.
BANGKOK – A refugee footballer who lives in Australia and is being detained in Thailand on an Interpol red notice has been stopped from leaving the country hours before he was due to board his flight. Hakeem AlAraibi, 25, was told on Friday by Thai officials to prepare to leave the country and booked […]