Suspect in Jimi Sandu murder case arrested in Canada

Marked down within the Jimi Sandu homicide case was arrested in Canada and a request for his return to Thailand has been submitted. Matthew Dupre, from Canada, was allegedly one of two hitmen who fired a number of photographs at Sandu outdoors a villa in Phuket. Sandu, who was born in India, was a notorious gangster in Canada and had entered Thailand by private jet with a fake passport.
Matthew Dupre was arrested in Edmonton, Alberta on February 20, in accordance with the deputy spokesperson of Thailand’s Office of the Attorney General.
The Alberta Court have him detained relying on the outcomes of the court’s ruling on Thailand’s extradition listening to. The Office of the Attorney General was working exhausting to deliver him to Thailand so he can stand trial.
Thai authorities have filed multiple costs in opposition to Matthew Dupre and his alleged partner, Gene Karl Lahrkamp, including the homicide of Jimi “Slice” Sandhu within the parking area of his leased beachfront property in Phuket round 10:30pm on February 4.
Security camera recordings in and close to the crime area helped identify the two, they usually were named in a quantity of media tales.
Dupre left Phuket for Canada on February 6, according to reviews, and an arrest warrant was issued for him a couple of days later, on February 11.
Four days later, the Royal Thai Police Office notified the OAG to request his return, and the Alberta Court issued an arrest order for him on February 17, resulting in his arrest..

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