Pattaya Police Commissioner transferred after Russian

Pattaya Police Commissioner transferred after Russian woman’s death

Pattaya Police Commissioner transferred after Russian woman’s death

The chief of police Pattaya was transferred to the National Police headquarters in Bangkok yesterday after two cases of human trafficking and prostitution came to light in this coastal town, in which a Russian woman from the seventh floor of one residence on the Thappraya road fell, according to the Thai newspaper Matichon.

Colonel Kulachat Kulchai, who is the chief commissioner of the Pattaya Police Station, was replaced by deputy deputy yesterday. Chief Colonel Mekawit Praditphon, this transfer would take several weeks.

The first case involved the rescue around September 10 where some of Thai girls under the age of 18, who had been forced into prostitution in the Tree Town market, were taken by a team from the provincial government together with the Banglamung District Chief of Social Development and Human Resources. safety

A commission of inquiry was also set up yesterday to investigate the second case in which Russian woman, Mrs. Anara Seitaleva, 30, was killed from a hotel in Pattaya on Friday, September 16. Three days before her death, she had told police on September 13 that she was being chased by a Chinese gang after she escaped forced prostitution in Pattaya and Bangkok.

One of the three Chinese suspects in this case, a man and two women, was arrested yesterday.

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