Police raid Bangkok’s Thonglor district, arrest 2 women for drug possession

Police and Narcotics Control officers conducted a raid in Bangkok’s Thonglor district, arresting two Thai women possessing illegal drugs and detaining tourists for drug testing. During the operation, a quantity of persons have been found to have ingested methamphetamine and ketamine, with voluntary rehabilitation announced for some of them.
At round 12.30am this morning, police and narcotics management officers led by Pol. Lt. Col. Pansa Amaraphitak conducted an intensive verify on entertainment venues in Thonglor. In the operation, two Thai women were arrested for possession of illegal medicine: Netdao, discovered with 0.36 grammes of ketamine, and Nutcharee, with 1.24 grammes of the substance. Myths have been charged with possession of Type 2 narcotics (ketamine) with out legal permission.
Apart from the arrests, five individuals agreed to endure drug therapy for amphetamine abuse. These included Rattanawadee, a 24 12 months outdated Thai girl, and 4 foreigners.
The foreigners included a 32 year old South Korean man named Haminhuyuk, a 32 12 months previous South Korean man named Cho, a 33 yr old South Korean man named Lee, and a 32 12 months outdated Swiss man named Maurer. They all voluntarily admitted themselves to rehabilitation programmes.
Out of the 224 partygoers tested by the officers, 128 men and ninety six ladies, 4 males and three females tested optimistic for medication. Among the 63 staff present, all males examined unfavorable for unlawful substances, while all 41 females have been drug-free as well. The police secured zero.41 grammes of ketamine from an unclaimed bag on the ground underneath a desk on the scene.
The evidence collected from the scene shall be forwarded to Thonglor Police Station for further legal proceedings. The case highlights the ongoing efforts to combat unlawful drug usage and distribution in Thailand’s leisure venues.
Five days in the past, Bangkok cops arrested fifty six individuals, together with 23 Chinese tourists, after raiding a private party at the Diamond KTV Club. The suspects face costs starting from drug possession to illegal keep and firearm possession..

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