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Police Officer Brutally Stabs 2 Women, Killing One Injuring Other

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Police Officer Brutally Stabbed 2 Women, Killing One Injuring Other

Police in southern Thailand have reported that a psychologically ill police officer brutally stabbed the two women, killing one of them in Nakhon Si Thammarat. The police officer ran out of his police flat, kicked over a passing motorcycle and repeatedly stabbed the two women.

Pol Col Somporn Nitipak, chief of the Cha-uat police station, announced on Sunday that Pol Sgt Chavanil Jindamaneemas, 30, had been arrested and fired following the fatal assault.

Police identified Ms Wijitra Rakkhanam, 51, was the deceased woman, and Ms Prapha Yamyuean, 69, as the critically injured woman. They received multiple stab wounds to the face, neck, and back.

According to Pol Col Somporn, Pol Sgt Chavanil had recently been transferred from Phuket and was being treated for tension. The sergeant was assigned as a backup driver at the station.

On Saturday evening, Pol Sgt Chavanil crashed his automobile into a pit. When a tow truck arrived to pick it up, the driver overheard the cop conversing angrily with his mother on his cell phone.

The tow truck driver then told the police sergeant not to talk ill to his mother. Enraged, Pol Sgt Chavanil attempted to cut him with a  knife, but the managed to flee the scene.

The attack on the women occurred after the police officer returned to his flat from crashing his car. As the motorbike came, Pol Sgt Chavanil dashed out of his door, kicked the bike to the ground and began stabbing furiously. Other officers ran from the station to arrest the police sergeant.

Pol Col Somporn stated that following the attack, Pol Sgt Chavanil took a blood alcohol test, which revealed that he was under the influence of alcohol.

Both female victims were sellers who generally resided in Songkhla province. They had just returned to Cha-uat district to see relatives and were on their way to see some when they were attacked.

On Saturday, several families rushed to the Cha-uat police station and asked to see the attacker in his jail. The sergeant briefly apologised. The relatives cursed him out loud before they were persuaded to leave the police station.

Police Find Dead Body

In other police news, a highly tattooed Asian male died on Sunday in a vacant booth near Suvarnabhumi airport from three bullet wounds in the head. At noon, police at Suvarnabhumi Airport were alerted to the discovery of a body in a deserted one-story stall beside a wastewater treatment facility on Suvarnabhumi Sai 4 Road in Tambon Nong Prue, Bang Phli district.

The body lay face up. There were two bullet wounds on the left side of the head, and one on the right. Police thought the victim had been dead for five hours.

There were tattoos on the body, arms, and bottom. The body had a gold-silver ring on the right little finger and a gold ring on the left middle finger. There were 3,181 baht in cash on the body, but no identity documents.

The body wore jeans, white socks, and a black T-shirt with the letters “ASPA” on the back. At the site, there were no shoes.

In front of the stall, there were black gloves and fragments of human brain. There were bloodstains on the ground that indicated the path of the body being pulled into the stall.

At 7.30 a.m., CCTV footage captured a red Mazda automobile circling the area several times before parking at a shelter in front of the stall. Samut Prakan police were attempting to identify the victim.

Burnt Remains in Garbage Dump

Meanwhile, On February 17, a lady was arrested in connection with the discovery of a burned human skeleton at a waste dump in the Waeng Noi neighbourhood. She said the dead, a friend, died from convulsions and burned her body on a disused vehicle tire.

Pol Col Preecha Kengsarikij, deputy commander of Khon Kaen provincial police, confirmed on Sunday that the burnt skeleton belonged to Benyapa Panapanprapa, 47, of Samut Prakan’s Bang Phli district. The suspect was identified as Paijit Konkid, 39, of Tambon Lahan Na, where the corpse was discovered.

Investigators summoned Paijit for questioning after finding that a woman friend she had lived with for seven years had vanished.

Ms Paijit informed police that she and a companion drove to Benyapa’s residence in Samut Prakan on February 12. Benyapa collapsed after eating lunch with us. They attempted to resuscitate Benyapa but she died. Both ladies then wrapped Benyapa’s body in cloth, loaded her into the car, and drove back to Khon Kaen’s Waeng Noi area the next day.

After locating an abandoned automobile tire, they stopped at a gasoline station on the Waeng Noi-Chaiyaphum road and paid 100 baht for petrol. They then drove to the waste dump, where they burned Benyapa’s body at 4 p.m.

Ms Paijit returned home after she had burned the body. The burnt bones of Benyapa were discovered on the night of February 17.

According to Pol Col Preecha, police are still not convinced by Ms Paijit’s account and will continue their investigation. The defendant faces preliminary allegations of theft, receiving stolen property, and concealing and destroying a body to conceal the cause of death.



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