Phuket courtroom issues arrest warrant for suspect who stabbed grocer to demise

The Phuket Provincial Court issued an arrest warrant for a suspect who allegedly stabbed a grocer to demise in the primary city district on Saturday. The incident is believed to have occurred following a dispute with a former buyer.
Secrets stated that the Phuket Provincial Court issued an arrest warrant for 34 year previous Tarapong ‘Jack’ Nepbua, from the southern Phatthalung province. Jack faces charges of attacking one other person and causing death in a public space by utilizing a knife.
Hush-hush acknowledged that Jack fled to his hometown in Phatthalung after the incident. The Phuket Express reported final night that Phatthalung Police were on the prowl for the suspect as of press time.
Jack allegedly fatally stabbed the sufferer, 35 yr previous Wanchai Butdee, at his grocery store on Sri Saena Road in Talad Yai sub-district of Phuket’s major city district. The incident occurred at 1.30am on Saturday.
Witnesses advised Phuket City police that a man and a lady in a pickup truck stopped in front of Wancha’s grocery retailer. They mentioned the suspect went straight to Wanchai, stabbing and slashing his head and neck before he and the girl dashed away in the pickup truck.
Police later learned that on May 2, the same man and the girl have been ingesting alcohol at the grocery retailer, when Wanchai requested them to leave. This led to a confrontation and a stare-down between the two events, however, the suspects ultimately left.
Last month, there was another deadly stabbing in Phuket..

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