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12 more Phuket curfew breakers arrested, bringing island total to 1,000

12 more Phuket curfew breakers arrested, bringing island total to 1,000

PHUKET: Twelve people were arrested in Phuket’s Muang District overnight for breaking the nationwide night curfew from 10pm to 4am, according to a report by the Phuket office of the Department of Local Administration (DLA) announced earlier today (May 3).

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By Eakkapop Thongtub

Sunday 3 May 2020, 03:12PM


The arrests were led by Thongchai Rattanadet and other 26 Territorial Defense Volunteer Division (OrSor) personnel and Provincial Narcotics Control Management officers.

Those arrested for breaking the curfew without essential reason were named as: Mr Uthen Promboot, 44; Mr Narunat Lulan, 43; Mr Bancha Rakchart, 44; Mr Prathet Pindet, 41; Mr Pongpan Plomchuai, 38; Mr Thanaphat Channarong, 31; Mr Amnuai Praiboon, 30; Mr Amin Chamnina, 26; Mr Werayuth Pridasak, 33; Mr Surasing Mathemjai, 24; Mr Kitiphop Pornphirom, 26; and Mr Phichitchai Pongphan, 34.

Meanwhile, Phuket Provincial Police reported today (May 3) 40 new cases of people being arrested for breaking the national nightly curfew, resulting in 40 people arrested for breaking the curfew.

In an infographic posted online today, the Phuket Provincial Police marked that a total of 1,003 people had been arrested in 966 cases for breaking the curfew for the month from Apr 3 to May 3.

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The same infographic also reported the number of cases reported by each police station on the island.

The breakdown of curfew arrests as per each police station was reported as follows*:

  • Muang Phuket Police Station – 290 (6 new cases)
  • Patong Police Station – 235 (7)
  • Wichit Police Station – 123 (12)
  • Karon Police Station – 83 (8)
  • Chalong Police Station – 68 (4)
  • Thalang Police Station – 55 (2)
  • Kathu Police Station – 37 (zero)
  • Cherng Talay Police Station – 35 (zero)
  • Kamala Police Station 31 (zero)
  • Tha Chatchai Police Station – 30 (zero)
  • Sakhu Police Station 16 (1)

* Correction: The breakdown above initially erroneously repeated Tha Chatchai number of people arrested. That has now been corrected. Our apologies.

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Fascinated | 03 May 2020 - 19:24:12

It will probably be a lot worse tonight, with the amount of booze that was sold today.

 

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