Breaking down illegal ammunition factories Selling all over the world

Cyber ??police raid a factory producing illegal ammunition, famous brand 'Luktok Mae Pao' in Sukhothai Province. Sold all over the world through social media Police Technology Investigation Division, led by Pol. Lt. Gen. Worawat Watthanakornbancha Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Armed Forces, Pol. Maj. Gen. Wiwat Khamchanan, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Armed Forces, Pol. Maj. Gen. Chatchapanthakarn Klaiklueng, Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Armed Forces Regiment 1, ordered Providing Pol. Col. Krittin Tapasilo, news analysis and special equipment commander, S.T.S. 1, along with an investigative team. News analysis committee and special tools, S.T.S. 1 and police officers investigative division Si Satchanalai Police Station They jointly searched a factory that produced illegal ammunition. for sale via social media Can seize machinery and equipment for producing ammunition, firearms, and ammunition. Tens of thousands of shots According to the Prime Minister Royal Thai Police Headquar ters, led by Pol. Lt. Gen. Samran Nuanma, Assistant Police Commander, and the Police Investigation Bureau, investigating crimes in technology. There are policies and orders. Be strict and crack down on those who illegally produce and sell firearms and ammunition. via social media strictly and to continuously suppress for peace and order within the country By Pol. Lt. Gen. Worawat Nakhonbancha, Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Armed Forces, has ordered Pol. Maj. Gen. Chatchapanthakarn Klaiklueng, Commander of the 1st S.T.I., ordered to intensify the police officers under his supervision. Let's investigate those who have the behavior. Illegally producing and selling firearms and ammunition through social media. To strictly enforce the law in strictly related parts Later, Pol. Col. Krittin Tapasilo, Director of News Analysis and Special Equipment, S.T.S. 1, ordered Police Lieutenant Colonel Ritthikrai Khun Thaothiam, Deputy Inspector of News Analysis and Special Equipment, S.T.S. 1, conducted the investiga tion according to the commander's orders. Until it became known that someone was illegally opening a factory that produced illegal ammunition. To sell via social media all over the world. There is a circumstance of selling ammunition all over the world through Youtube channels and social media. and illegal possession of firearms and ammunition. So evidence was collected. to request a search warrant from the Sawankhalok Provincial Court to conduct a search at the location of the production plant Illegal ammunition for sale via social media as mentioned On May 24, 2024, police officers from the search team, led by Pol. Col. Krittin Tapasilo, Superintendent of News Analysis and Special Equipment, 1st Police Station, Police Lieutenant Colonel Akorn Klomkun, Police Lieutenant Colonel Suparat Khamin, Deputy Superintendent of News Analysis and Special Tools Police Headquarters 1, Pol. Lt. Col. Phasakorn Kanpradap, Pol. Lt. Col. Santi Chomcham Police inspector, news analysis and special equipment, S.T.O. 1, Pol. Lt . Col. Rittikrai Khun Thaothiam, deputy police inspector, news analysis and special equipment, S.T.O.1, along with his team and police officers in the investigation department. Si Satchanalai Police Station jointly conducted a search according to a search warrant from the Sawankhalok Provincial Court at a house in Village No. 1, Dong Khu Subdistrict, Si Satchanalai District. Sukhothai Province The results of the inspection of the seized items Machinery and equipment for producing tens of thousands of rounds of ammunition, firearms, and ammunition. The police officers on the search team then seized all the items found during the search. as evidence and to report the allegations to Mr. A (pseudonym) who is a manufacturer of ammunition for sale. Illegal possession of firearms and ammunition and is the owner of the said illegal ammunition factory The police officers on the search team informed Mr. A (pseudonym) of the charges and took him away. inquiry official Si Satchanalai Police Station to proceed according t o the law by police officers searching has been charged with an offense according to Firearms Act Ammunition, 1947, as follows: Section 72 Whoever violates Section 7 is prohibited from making, buying, having, using, ordering, or importing firearms or ammunition. unless a license is obtained from the local registrar Must be punished with imprisonment from one year to ten years. and a fine from two thousand baht to twenty thousand baht Section 73 Whoever violates Section 24 is prohibited from making, assembling, repairing, changing the characteristics, ordering, importing, having, or selling firearms or ammunition for trade. unless a license is obtained from the local registrar Must be punished with imprisonment from two to twenty years. and a fine from four thousand baht to forty thousand baht Possession of firearms and ammunition without permission from the registrar. Pol. Maj. Gen. Chatchapanthakarn Klaiklueng, commander of the 1st Army Area Command, said that initially Ordered to the police The search team this time Conducting an investigation to expand the results of this search and arrest. If found, is there any network process? or any international firearms and ammunition trafficking organization There is an incident related to an illegal ammunition factory. To sell all over the world. Speed ??up the crackdown and make arrests. Continuously. Source: Thai News Agency

Raided the den of a live gang inviting people to gamble. Circulating money of more than 30 million

Bangkok, Cyber ??police launch operation "FULL STEAM", raiding the nest of a live gang inviting people to bet on the last number of prepaid cards. Found more than 30 million in circulating money, seized cash, gold and others worth more than 20 million baht. Police Lieutenant General Worawat Wattanakornbancha, Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Armed Forces, along with Maj. Gen. Wiwat Khamchanan, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Armed Forces, Pol. Maj. Gen. Jittiphon Phonpruksa, Commander of the Royal Thai Armed Forces 4th Regiment. Police Lieutenant Prempracha Uttama, Deputy Inspector of Police Station 2, Police Station 4, along with related officials, joined in announcing the results of Operation FULL STEAM in the case of cyber police raiding the den of a live-streaming gang inviting people to bet on the last number of prepaid cards. More than 30 million circulating funds were found, cash, gold and other items totaling more than 20 million baht were seized. Pol. Maj. Gen. Chittiphon said that cyber police from S.T. 4 Division found clues to live streaming of online gambling through Facebook. in secret group So they worked together to investigate until they found out. There was a Facebook account user named "Kokhun Aphimahaheng" who went live and invited the general public to gamble online. (at the end of the prepaid card number) in a really secret group Later, the name of Facebook was changed to "Baan Chalam Thong Aphi Maha Heng" and still has the habit of live streaming gambling ever since. Investigative officers observed the behavior and collected evidence. Until you know how to gamble online at the end of the prepaid card number The live broadcaster had a sheet of paper with the header saying "Baan Chalam Thong Aphi Maha Heng". The sheet of paper was divided into 2 sides. One side had the word "top" and the numbers 00-49 and the other side had the message. that the 'bottom' has numbers 50-99 and the live broadcaster has several prepaid cards placed there Later, the live broadcaster will pick up 1 prepaid card and let the live broadcast viewer choose which side to bet on: top and bottom. The profit ratio is 1 to 1 if the viewer can bet. The difference must be paid to those who go live at a rate of 5 percent. Pol. Maj. Gen. Chittiphon said that later the police were able to collect evidence and request the authority of the Nakhon Pathom Provincial Court to issue a search warrant for the target area used in the crime. Therefore, forces were mobilized to search houses in 4 locations as follows: Point 1, houses in the area of ??Village No. 1, Don Tum Subdistrict, Bang Len District, Nakhon Pathom Province. Point 2, houses in the area of ??Village No. 1, Don Tum Subdistrict, Bang Len District, Nakhon Pathom Province. 3 houses in the area of ??Village No. 6, Don Tum Subdistrict, Bang Len District, Nakhon Pathom Province. Point 4: houses in the area of ??Village No. 6, Don Tum Subdistrict, Bang Len District, Nakhon Pathom Province. The results of the search revealed that one house, one of the four search p oints, was being used as a live-streaming venue for gambling. Found the owner of the Facebook "Baan Chalamthong Aphimaha Heng" sitting live gambling with an admin, totaling 3 people: Mr. Petcharat, 31 years old, Ms. Pukpao, 34 years old, and Mr. Puritham. Aged 29 years and also found many gambling equipment such as 2 mobile phones, 400 prepaid cards, and a customer registry book. and many sheets of paper used to write down gambling information and also detected illegal handguns. Along with one more bullet loaded in the chamber ready for use, Pol. Maj. Gen. Chittiphon said that while the officers were searching The owner of Facebook secretly sent a message via the Line application to the father of one of the suspects to secretly move the safe from the upper floor of the house in the second search point and hide it. Officials found information on his mobile phone. So they sent forces to investigate. Upon questioning, the accused's father admitted that the accused had sent a message via Line asking him to hide the safe. He loved his child, so he agreed to do it. But because the safe is heavy So he used to roll the safe from the top floor of the house and hide it in the back of the house. And at that time, he didn't know how he could roll down a safe that weighed so much by himself. Because he is 70 years old and still has a thin figure. From checking inside the safe Found more than 3,700,000 baht in cash and several gold-plated Buddha amulets. and gold bars totaling more than 10 baht Pol. Maj. Gen. Chittiphon said that the results of the search at other points Another illegal handgun and 13 cars illegally pawned by others were also found. According to the investigation information, It is known that the owner of the Facebook page has a habit of accepting the pawning of cars and illegal firearms as well. He has denied this matter. Police Lieutenant Prempracha said that from examining the history of the accused, it was not found that he had ever been arrested in another case. But the accused, who is an administrator , had previously been arrested for possessing and using a firearm. In addition, the police are expanding the results of playing in the same way but changing from cash assets to amulets instead. Will it be considered illegal gambling or not? Police officers will continue to expand their investigation. There are also cyber guard officers who are constantly checking on you. However, the accused surrendered to the evidence and confessed that he actually enabled and invited others to gamble online, doing so for more than a year, doing live broadcasts twice a day, every afternoon and every night. From each live broadcast, there were a large number of players, resulting in a playing amount of more than 1 million baht per live broadcast. The officials therefore filed charges. 'Join together to organize a game or to do evil deeds. Help announce advertisements or solicitation directly or indirectly Allow others to play or gamble in playing. which was not authorized by the officer and the charge of "having a firearm an d ammunition in possession without permission" for the gun owner The police then took all the suspects along with the seized items. Send investigators to continue legal proceedings. Source: Thai News Agency

Dismantling the informal loan shark gang in Phatthalung More than 10 million in assets seized

Cyber ??police launch operation 'FULL STEAM' to raid informal loan nests in Phatthalung. Seizing over 10 million in assets and expanding gambling websites "Wan Jeab 777" raids the house of the main culprit and seizes more than 2 million in assets. Police Lieutenant General Worawat Wattanakornbancha, Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Armed Forces, together with Pol. Maj. Gen. Wiwat Khamchanan, Deputy Commander of the Royal Thai Armed Forces, Pol. Col. Bancha Srisuk, Deputy Commander of the Royal Thai Armed Forces Region 5, along with officials at Involved in announcing the results of the FULL STEAM operation in the cyber police case. Raided the Phatthalung informal loan nest and seized over 10 million in assets and expanded the results of the gambling website. "Wan Jeab 777" raided the house of the main culprit and seized more than 2 million in assets . Pol. Col. Bancha said that as a result of last April, the Cyber ??Police, through the News Analysis Committee, S.T. 5, received a complaint requesting Ass istance from citizens who have suffered from debt outside the system. Therefore, they investigated and gathered evidence until they were able to request approval for a search warrant from the Chumphon Provincial Court. They brought forces to search a building in the area of ??Village No. 6, Wang Mai Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chumphon Province and were able to arrest Ms. Daraporn, the admin of the informal loan Facebook page, along with a firearm inside. Such a building From the extended investigation of the accused, it was discovered that Ms. Daraporn was hired by a capitalist for 25,000 baht per month to manage a Facebook group lending money to outsiders. and keep track of debt collection from debtors Therefore, it was reported to the supervisors in the hierarchy. Later, Police Lieutenant General Worawat Wattanakornbancha, Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Armed Forces, has ordered police officers from the Royal Thai Armed Forces 5th Battalion to Accelerate the pursuit and arrest of the said capitali st and related persons for legal action. Because it is an urgent policy of the government that Prime Minister Settha Thavisin has given importance to strictly suppressing the informal debt gang, Pol. Col. Bancha said that later, Pol. Col. Ukkrit Srinitivorn Police Superintendent Wong analyzed the news and special tools of the 5th Police Station along with the forces together. Go to the area to investigate Until finding out that the said investor was Ms. Nessara, aged 33 years, so evidence was gathered. Request approval for a search warrant from the Phatthalung Provincial Court Ready to bring forces to search the target area of ??the said network, 3 points as follows: 1. 2 houses in the area of ??Village No. 2, Phraek Ha Subdistrict, Khuan Khanun District, Phatthalung Province. 2. Houses in the area of ??Village No. 2, Phraek Ha Subdistrict, Dist. .Khuan Khanun, Phatthalung Province 3. Residences in the area, Village No. 3, Don Sai Subdistrict, Khuan Khun Non District, Phatthalung Province. From the search o f all 3 targets, many items and related property were seized, such as a sedan brand MG5. 1 yellow car with a red license plate, 6 land title deeds, 15 brand name bags, 9 bank account books, 13 loan agreement books, 1 diamond ring, 1 Hublot Geneve watch, total value of all seized items. More than 10 million baht As for Ms. Nessara, she was able to catch herself and escape. The police then seized all the seized items and filed a complaint against Ms. Nessara on the charge of 'conspiring to lend money to other people at an interest rate exceeding the legal rate. This is an offense according to Section 4 of the Act Prohibiting the Charge of Interest in excess of the rate of 2017, an offense according to the Revolutionary Council Announcement No. 58, dated 26 January 1982, Section 5, jointly operating a personal loan business under commercial supervision. normal without asking permission from the Minister and is engaged in procuring, advertising, or disseminating news in any way To enable buying, selling, renting or lending deposit accounts, electronic cards or electronic money account for use in committing crimes related to technology crimes or any other criminal offenses According to the Royal Decree on the Prevention and Suppression of Technological Crimes, take the seized items to the investigating officers. As well as continuing to hunt down the escaped suspects to prosecute according to the law. Source: Thai News Agency

‘Gun Jom Phalang’ helps a 64-year-old aunt who is homeless and sleeping in a pile of garbage.

Bangkok, "Kan Jom Palang" came to help a 64-year-old homeless aunt who was sleeping in a pile of garbage with only an umbrella to protect her from the sun and rain. Mr. Kanthat Pongpaiboonwet or Kan Jomphalang and Director of the Welfare Promotion and Rights Protection Division of the Elderly Ministry of Social Development and Human Security Went to the area to help a 64-year-old woman after a good citizen found her lying in a pile of garbage for more than 6 months, with no home to live in, only an umbrella to protect her from the sun and rain. Push garbage trucks in and out throughout the day. Must live on food from donors Take a shower at a nearby house After being evicted from a nearby motel because there is no money to pay As for the woman, at first the officers came to help. There was a defiant expression, claiming that being here wasn't difficult at all. Previously, she used to be a level 11 electrical engineer who had the wisdom of Goddess Uma Devi. Only during this time I didn't worship. Also, I don 't want to leave because I'm possessive. and there is already a spare room for rent But we are in the process of sorting out the things we will bring with us. Both shocked that people were paying attention. They can live in this area for only 10 days, even using the method of tricking them by giving them fish. Video call to talk and get together The woman softened and went along nicely. Mrs. Wasana Thongchan, Director of the Welfare Promotion and Rights Protection Division of the Elderly, said that initially the woman had to be taken to Srithanya Hospital for treatment. Due to hallucinations In addition, physical treatment is required. which has been assessed Bowed legs make it difficult to walk. After getting well will be brought to the Elderly Protection Center But you must find out if your relatives can continue to take care of you or not. From the information it was found that But it is still not possible to determine which relative it is. In this regard, the matter of the garbage pile will be managed in order. Source: Thai News Agency

First book on Party chief published overseas

With its launch taking place in the Republic of Korea, a book on General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Trong, authored by Cho Chul-hyeon, is the first dedicated to the Vietnamese leader published outside Vietnam. The book closely follows the significant stages of the Party chief's career, providing detailed information about his youth and university years, which are not widely known. It also includes many articles the Party General Secretary wrote while working as a reporter for the Communist Review, the official publication of the Communist Party of Vietnam. According to the author, since its release nearly a month ago, approximately 6,000 copies have been sold. A Korean businessman investing in Vietnam purchased 1,200 copies as presents to Vietnamese students studying the Korean language. Meanwhile, several Korean companies have also shown interest in the Vietnamese version to present it to their employees and their partners in Vietnam. Source: Vietnam News Agency

The family of “Nong Noon” believes she is in danger.

After the family was informed by Swiss police that Nong Noon has been found in Prague, Czech Republic. Nong Noon did not give any statement to the police and sat silent the entire time. This caused the family to worry more than ever. Because Nong Noon is normally a cheerful person. But that doesn't say anything. and have symptoms like that Maybe because they're in danger. or forced to fear . Source: Thai News Agency

International workshop on East Sea held in Poland

More than 100 scholars and researchers from Vietnam and some European countries gathered at a workshop held at the University of Warsaw, Poland, on May 24 to introduce their studies on the East Sea and help enhance overseas Vietnamese (OV) and international friends' knowledge about the sea. The event, attracting scholars and researchers from Poland, Hungary, France, Germany and Vietnam, also aimed to help make objective assessments of the East Sea situation in terms of natural, economic, political and social conditions, and call on EU countries and international organisations to support and sponsor scientific research cooperation projects relating to the East Sea. A photo exhibition on Vietnam's sea and islands also took place within the framework of the event. The workshop was held by the liaison board of Vietnamese people in Europe, the Vietnamese People's Association in Poland, and the Vietnam Association of Science and Technology in Poland with support from the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese unde r the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Vietnamese Embassy in Poland, and the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam. Source: Vietnam News Agency