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Problem farang in Chiang Mai: American's in custody and will be deported

 

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People in Chiang Mai can breathe a sigh of relief after an out-of-control American responsible for a string of incidents in the northern Thai city was arrested for a second time. 

 

James F., 46 - who had been calling himself Daniel Park on Facebook - is now in custody. 

 

He had damaged traders' property in the Ruamchok area, been filmed calling Thais "gooks" and reportedly even attacked a Ronald McDonald statue. 

 

But when he pushed over a mailbox it proved to be the final straw for the authorities. 

 

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Pol Col Natthaphon Kaewkamnert of the Mae Jo police led a team that believed the man responsible would return to the scene of the latest crime. 

 

They had been to his room as they knew his identity as he had been released earlier ahead of a court date. 

 

A person claiming to be the man had told a Thaivisa reporter that he had been evicted and was due in court on Boxing Day. He said he would welcome deportation before he threatened our reporter. 

 

The man was finally arrested again near the site of the now missing mailbox. 

 

He was found to be a US citizen on a three month tourist visa. He blamed being very drunk on the mailbox attack. 

 

A post office official said that the mailbox was being replaced with a new one. Niyom told CM 108 that 13,000 baht damage had been caused but that all the mail was undamaged. 

 

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Police confirmed to the media that this was the same man responsible for all the trouble. He already faces a court date but further charges will be added to the rap sheet.

 

The man will remain in custody and when everything is settled he will be deported, said police. 

 

Source: CM108

 

 

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Good news!

 

Maybe give him an injection of Haldol or something before he boards the plane! I would not want to be on a plane with this guy unless he was restrained in a straitjacket. Also he has a habit of spitting at people which is a concern.

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I will try to be charitable and assume mental health and/or substance abuse challenges in his life. In either case, he should be sent home and placed in the care of his own country's authorities, hopefully to receive the care he clearly needs. Alas, in the US, unless he has family who care, it's quite possible he will just end up on the streets.

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1 hour ago, elektrified said:

Good news!

 

Maybe give him an injection of Haldol or something before he boards the plane! I would not want to be on a plane with this guy unless he was restrained in a straitjacket. Also he has a habit of spitting at people which is a concern.

I think airports have boxes enough to transport big dogs too... Just add the note "do not feed, do not put your hand inside the box"

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Mental issues plus alcohol abuse...

 

plane ride home - in custody?

 

he needs to be controlled on the plane in a high risk environment...

 

he must have a background story to explain his history and issues...

 

13k for damage? To mount it upright? Hard to damage a steel box...maybe the money is for a civil engineer to do sidewalk repairs clearly in need....MJ sidewalks are a walking hazard...

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5 hours ago, KamnanT said:

I will try to be charitable and assume mental health and/or substance abuse challenges in his life. In either case, he should be sent home and placed in the care of his own country's authorities, hopefully to receive the care he clearly needs. Alas, in the US, unless he has family who care, it's quite possible he will just end up on the streets.

or in Jail.  Americans have no heart and simply do not want to pay for the homeless and the mentally ill who live on the streets.  riches country in the world.  shame on America.  let jesus save him, lol

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5 hours ago, KamnanT said:

I will try to be charitable and assume mental health and/or substance abuse challenges in his life. In either case, he should be sent home and placed in the care of his own country's authorities, hopefully to receive the care he clearly needs. Alas, in the US, unless he has family who care, it's quite possible he will just end up on the streets.

if mentally ill he'll probably end up behind bars in the States where they house most patients who are not affluent..

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So they arrested more than one Yank? “American’s in custody.”

Get the guy home n assessed by a good mental health clinician cause he’s either got a kangaroo loose in the top paddock or he’s a d head.

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6 hours ago, racket said:

I don’t know what to say. Deport him and ban for at least 500 years so that his children won’t step foot here either. 

Heaven help us if he ever breeds, what a role model!

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6 hours ago, racket said:

I don’t know what to say. Deport him and ban for at least 500 years so that his children won’t step foot here either. 

God forbid a genetically inferior piece of garbage like that should ever breed. 🤓

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