Jo Ferrari Unexpectedly Turned Himself

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Unexpectedly, Criminal Pol Col Thitisan Utthanaphon, also known as Jo Ferrari, shared that he needed to separate data about more medications from a suspect. The previous head of the Nakhon Sawan Muang police headquarters gave up himself to police in Chon Buri.

The Police boss Gen Suwat Jangyodsuk was booked to hold instructions at 9pm around the same time. At about 9.45pm, he gave an outline of the case and guaranteed he would not ensure any transgressor. Then, at that point he let Pol Col Thitisan telephone in to take columnists’ inquiries.

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In view of this, Pol Col Thitisan conceded he had utilized sacks on Jeerapong Thanapat, a 24-year-old medication suspect, during addressing, however said the intention was not to blackmail cash from him.

Having seen photographs of around one kilogram of gem methamphetamine and 20,000 speed pills on Jeerapong’s cell phone, he thought it was a major case and attempted to remove more data about the part from him, he asserted.

He planned to get the data so he can obliterate the medication business and secure individuals of Nakhon Sawan. He even committed an error. His subordinates just followed his request and he assumes sole liability.  

The 39-year-old previous cop demanded it was the first occasion when he treated a speculate that way and denied having been associated with defilement.

On why he utilized upwards of six sacks to cover the speculate’s head, he said he didn’t need Jeerapong to see his face however the suspect continued attempting to eliminate them, driving him to likewise limit his options.

After Jeerapong blacked out, Pol Col Thitisan said he expected the suspect was in shock since his better half had said he typically took enormous amounts of opiates and experienced absence of rest. His group attempted to revive Jeerapong, whose breathing was shallow and heartbeat was feeble and carried him to emergency clinic.

Inquired as to why he requested subordinates to eliminate surveillance cameras at his station, Pol Col Thitisan said he was stunned by Jeerapong’s condition and had never experienced a particularly occurrence.

Subsequent to conversing with columnists for around 15 minutes, the correspondents asked him how he felt when one of his subordinates sent the clasp to the general population. Now, representative public police boss Pol Gen Suchart Teerasawat finished the meeting, saying he didn’t need columnists’ inquiries to influence the case.

Pol Col Thitisan was needed for the supposed lethal torment of Jeerapong at his Muang Nakhon Sawan police headquarters in Nakhon Sawan region on Aug 6. Prior, senior police said investigators had not closed whether the passing came about because of an endeavor to coerce cash or procure data.

Pol Col Thitisan showed up at the Crime Suppression Division in Bangkok on Thursday night and was cross examined by public police boss Pol Gen Suwat Jangyodsuk.

Pol Maj Gen Jirapop Puridet, representative official of the Central Investigation Bureau, said criminal investigators were going to capture Pol Col Thitisan in Chon Buri territory however the presume advised police that he needed to give up at the CSD base camp.

Gotten some information about the previous report that Pol Col Thitisan escaped to Myanmar, Pol Maj Gen Ekarak Limsangkat, agent chief of the Provincial Police Region 6, said that Pol Col Thitisan called him at 11pm on Wednesday and said he needed to end it all.

Morever, He said he persuaded Pol Col Thitisan to give up and make the best decision to ensure the honor of the police. Pol Maj Gen Ekarak said Pol Col Thitisan displayed at Saen Suk police headquarters in Chon Buri at 4pm.

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