Nonthaburi police shut down major underground gambling den, arrest 49

In an intensive operation, police raided and dismantled a substantial playing den in Nonthaburi, Thailand. The sting saw nearly 50 people apprehended in the act of illicitly betting on games of snooker. Fast , led by senior police officials, resulted in a successful seizure of 49 people taking part in playing actions.
Law enforcement authorities together with Police General Paisan Wongwatcharamongkol, the Provincial Police Region 1 leader, and Police Colonel Aphichat Wannapak, the Nonthaburi Police Chief, deliberate and executed the operation. Together they led native and regional police forces on a raid, carried out late into the night, on a snooker desk in the Suanyai district of Nonthaburi. The offenders tried to evade seize by trying to escape as soon because the police arrived, however authorities managed to apprehend forty nine people, which included 14 males and 35 women.
The playing den was secretly working on the second flooring of a building, with a snooker table set up downstairs as a entrance. In the course of the raid, it was discovered that various forms of gambling, such as ‘Tiger-Dragon’ (a dice game), card games, and bean splits had been being performed, reported KhaoSod.
Authorities efficiently confiscated cash amounting to 48,646 baht (US$1,382), fifty nine decks of playing cards, and numerous playing equipment. Further, three playing boards had been seized. All offenders shall be prosecuted based on the legislation. The successful seize resulted from intelligence collected by the police that illicit gambling was occurring beneath the guise of a snooker funhouse. This led to the deployment of an undercover agent to participate in the playing actions alongside a coordinated police pressure from Provincial Police Region 1 and Nonthaburi police, able to raid..

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