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Police Arrest Taiwanese Businessman For Plotting to Murder His Wife

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Police Arrest Taiwanese Businessman For Plotting to Murder His Wife

Thailand’s Crime Suppression police have arrested a Taiwanese businessman and two retired navy officers in connection with a failed murder plot. The arrests occurred during Friday morning operations in Chon Buri and Bangkok.

The arrests were made in response to a complaint filed with the CSD by a Taiwanese man accusing his father, Feng Hao Chang, 68, a wealthy Taiwanese businessman, of asking RAdm Prakaipruek Srifa, 64, an adviser to his company, to hire a gunman to kill him and his mother.

Following that, RAdm Prakaipruek urged Tewarat Mangkorn, 66, a former naval captain and close associate, to recruit a gunman to carry out the plot.

The gunman, however, exposed the murder plot to the Taiwanese man, who subsequently filed the police report.

During the operations, CSD officers arrested Mr Feng on Srinagarindra road in Bangkok’s Prawet district, RAdm Prakaipruek in Lat Krabang district, and Mr Tewarat in Thawi Watthana district.

According to the Bangkok Post, Mr Feng’s reason for orchestrating the murder plan against his son and wife was financial difficulties.

The three accused face preliminary allegations of hiring a murderer. They both disputed the allegations. They were taken to CSD headquarters for questioning.

Immigration Police Arrest Indian Man for Visa Overstay

Meanwhile, immigration police arrested an Indian man on Wednesday for allegedly operating as an illegal money lender and discovered that he had overstayed his visa in the country for more than six years.

The 39-year-old guy named Kay was arrested in front of a leased accommodation at Moo 3 village in Tambon Bang Rak Noi of Muang district, according to Nonthaburi immigration chief Pol Col Somkiat Sonchai.

The arrest resulted from an investigation into foreign nationals participating in illicit money lending, which was in line with the government’s policy to address the problem of informal loans.

Locals reported to immigration police that an Indian guy was illegally lending money to merchants at Tambon Sai Ma markets. He usually rode his motorcycle to collect amortised repayments from borrowers in the area.

The police apprehended the Indian citizen after acting on the information.

A later review of his travel documents revealed that he had been in the country for over six years, or 2,366 days. His room also included a workbook for recording debt repayments.

During the initial investigation, the individual denied involvement in money lending, alleging that the book belonged to another Indian national.

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