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Female drug dealer arrested in Phuket with over 4,000 ya bah pills, 100g of ya ice

Female drug dealer arrested in Phuket with over 4,000 ya bah pills, 100g of ya ice

PHUKET: Thalang police yesterday (Apr 18) arrested female drug dealer when she was found in possession of more than 4,000 methamphetamine pills (ya bah) and 100 grams of crystal meth (ya ice).

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By Eakkapop Thongtub

Thursday 19 April 2018, 04:15PM


The woman, Saowarak “Ta” Aomsin, 24, from Phuket, was arrested at a house in Moo 9, Pa Khlok where police seized 4,548 ya bah pills and 136.55g of ya ice, digital scales and a pack of small plastic bags.

Other assets were seized included a book bank, ATM card, Red Honda MSX125 motorbike and B8,820 in cash.

Saowarak has been charged with possession of Category 1 drugs with intent to sell.

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Nasa12 | 20 April 2018 - 10:33:07

Good work from Thalang Police, take this [xxxxxx] away from the road and young people.

Kurt | 20 April 2018 - 09:27:58

How pathetic.  
11 'undercover' police officers having their moment of photo fame.
To dumb to realize that they blow time after time their undercover status?
And that all just for a unimportant drugs mule only? Peanuts.

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