French suspect arrested for theft, and Burmese suspect for human trafficking in Phetchaburi

In two separate incidents in Thailand’s central Phetchaburi province, police apprehended a French suspect for alleged theft, and a Burmese suspect for alleged human trafficking. Both arrests took place yesterday.
Phetchaburi Police arrested Patrick, a French suspect, at his residence in Phetchaburi on suspicion of theft in opposition to a Belgian man named Laffel C. Patrick allegedly stole Laffel’s backpack, which contained seven valuable items price a complete of a hundred and fifty,000 baht (US$4817), The Pattaya News reported.
Thai media reported that after Laffel filed a report, police issued an arrest warrant for Patrick, resulting in his capture yesterday. No immediate plea or statement was released from Patrick concerning the costs.
In Closet , Phetchaburi Police arrested Ton, a 31 year old Myanmar nationwide, on human trafficking charges in Phetchaburi. Ton is accused of participating in the smuggling of fifty unlawful Myanmar staff into Thailand.
While the police successfully intercepted the transportation of employees to the Chumphon province in southern Thailand, Ton initially managed to flee arrest. However, following an arrest warrant, officers successfully apprehended him in the Phetchaburi area yesterday.
Anonymous are at present present process separate authorized processes.
The information of Ton’s alleged trafficking comes just two days after police arrested another Thai nationwide for allegedly smuggling individuals into Thailand..

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