In a shocking and gruesome series of events, Songsak Songsaeng, a 46yearold man, is accused of murdering five children born to two of his wives. Currently detained without bail, Songsak faces one murder charge, with four more expected pending the results of DNA testing.
Four Thai individuals, members of a scam gang responsible for a tragic family incident in Samut Prakan, have been arrested in Poipet, Cambodia. The suspects were part of a joint operation between Cambodian and Thai authorities to crackdown on phone scammers based in Cambodia. The Cambodian immigration officers deported the four Thais, consisting of one man and three women, through the PoipetAranyaprathet checkpoint and notified Thai officials of the situation.
A young woman named Suchada Chabutsri, 19, was arrested in the arrivals area of the Sa Kaeo border checkpoint as she returned to Thailand from Cambodia through Poipet township. The arrest was made on Tuesday night by the immigration and local police. Suchada was wanted on an arrest warrant issued by the Samut Prakan Provincial Court on August 28 for collusion in fraud, inputting false information into a computer system causing damage to people, and opening a bank account for fraudulent purposes.
In Samut Prakan, Thailand, authorities are piecing together a heartwrenching family tragedy that has connections to a scam gang operating through mule accounts. Sanit Dokmai, a 41yearold man, overwhelmed by debt, killed his wife and two young sons before attempting to take his own life. The incident has shed light on the intricate web of deceit spun by the scam gang and the devastating consequences that befell this family.
In a horrific turn of events, a 41yearold father in Samut Prakan, overwhelmed with mounting family debt, is suspected of killing his wife and two sons before attempting to take his own life. It is believed that a call scam, which cost the wife 1.7 million baht she had borrowed, pushed the man over the edge.