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A member of a seven-man gang suspected of raping and kidnapping a 16-year-old girl in 2011 has been arrested by Thai authorities. The 40-year-old man, Uthai, was captured after a persistent manhunt. This arrest happened yesterday, following an arrest warrant issued in 2011 by Kanchana Buri Provincial Court.

 

The Head of the Anti-Human Trafficking Division (AHTD), Sarut Kwangsopa, led the arrest. Uthai was charged with a series of serious crimes, such as gang rape, kidnapping a minor, and forcing someone into indecent acts. His arrest took place in Nong Khai Province.

 

In 2011, the young victim who goes by the pseudonym Pad, was taken from her house and forced into a truck by a group of men who later raped her. They then fled, leaving her in a house in Bo Phloi District, Kanchanaburi Province. Later, Pad reported the ordeal to the Laokhwan Police Station, leading to arrest warrants being issued for all the seven suspects. Some suspects are already behind bars.

 

Officials found out that Uthai had been hiding in Nong Khai Province for more than 13 years. Despite his denial of the charges during the interrogation, authorities did not believe him. He was moved to Laokhwan Police Station for more legal proceedings. An investigator affirmed they have strong evidence against Uthai.

 

The incident left a deep emotional scar on the victim and her journey to justice has been long and challenging. However, the arrest of Uthai marks a significant step towards closure for her and her family. The police are committed to ensuring that all those involved will face justice, according to a report by Khaosod.

 

The case signifies the tireless efforts by law enforcement to deliver justice for victims of serious crimes, regardless of the time passed. Capturing Uthai after he avoided arrest for 13 years is a testament to the dedication of Thai law enforcement agencies.

 

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-- 2024-05-29

 

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12 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The case signifies the tireless efforts by law enforcement to deliver justice for victims of serious crimes, regardless of the time passed. Capturing Uthai after he avoided arrest for 13 years is a testament to the dedication of Thai law enforcement agencies.

So I wonder how or why they found him after 13 years?

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14 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

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A member of a seven-man gang suspected of raping and kidnapping a 16-year-old girl in 2011 has been arrested by Thai authorities. The 40-year-old man, Uthai, was captured after a persistent manhunt. This arrest happened yesterday, following an arrest warrant issued in 2011 by Kanchana Buri Provincial Court.

 

The Head of the Anti-Human Trafficking Division (AHTD), Sarut Kwangsopa, led the arrest. Uthai was charged with a series of serious crimes, such as gang rape, kidnapping a minor, and forcing someone into indecent acts. His arrest took place in Nong Khai Province.

 

In 2011, the young victim who goes by the pseudonym Pad, was taken from her house and forced into a truck by a group of men who later raped her. They then fled, leaving her in a house in Bo Phloi District, Kanchanaburi Province. Later, Pad reported the ordeal to the Laokhwan Police Station, leading to arrest warrants being issued for all the seven suspects. Some suspects are already behind bars.

 

 

Officials found out that Uthai had been hiding in Nong Khai Province for more than 13 years. Despite his denial of the charges during the interrogation, authorities did not believe him. He was moved to Laokhwan Police Station for more legal proceedings. An investigator affirmed they have strong evidence against Uthai.

 

The incident left a deep emotional scar on the victim and her journey to justice has been long and challenging. However, the arrest of Uthai marks a significant step towards closure for her and her family. The police are committed to ensuring that all those involved will face justice, according to a report by Khaosod.

 

The case signifies the tireless efforts by law enforcement to deliver justice for victims of serious crimes, regardless of the time passed. Capturing Uthai after he avoided arrest for 13 years is a testament to the dedication of Thai law enforcement agencies.

 

Photo courtesy of The Thaiger

 

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-- 2024-05-29

 

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Hopefully this brutal scumbag will be locked away for ever.

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