BANGKOK – Pol Lt-General Sakda Chuenpakdee, commissioner of the Immigration Bureau, told a press conference yesterday Immigration police have arrested 11 foreign fugitives in six different cases including, Pakistani passport forger, an alleged French online trade fraudster and a Finn wanted for fraud and tax evasion.
Pol Lt-General Sakda Chuenpakdee, said that Pakistani national Abdul Kanni, or Babu Rafik, 60, was arrested in Bangkok’s Bang Kho Laem district last Friday for allegedly forging and selling passports to trans-national criminals over two decades.
French national Stephane Jacques Roulin was apprehended in Satun on March 25 following a request from the French authorities for his arrest.
Roulin was wanted by the Montpellier Court for duping people out of at least 100,000 euros per person in a scam to buy luxury cars online. The total figure is expected to rise as more victims file complaints.
American Josef Cohen, 60, who had been sought for assault, was arrested in Bangkok’s Bang Kapi district on Tuesday.
Hungarian Kocsis Szabolcs Laszlo, 41, who was wanted for allegedly smuggling 35 kilograms of marijuana from the Netherlands to Hungary on seven occasions, was arrested in Phuket on March 15.
The suspects reportedly confessed that they took bets on South Korean football matches from 100 members in exchange for a Bt60,000 monthly payment each.