Bangkok college clash leaves one dead, 14 arrested

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Bangna police and relevant agencies addressed the media regarding a violent altercation between two technical college institutions in Ramkhamhaeng, Bangkok, which resulted in one death and one injury. The incident occurred recently, and police have since arrested Kanok, a 20 year old former technical college student, along with 13 others, including nine minors and four other adolescents.

The altercation involved the use of firearms and swords, leading to casualties among students from a rival college. The suspects, aged between 15 and 21, were identified as current or former students of a well-known technical college in Ramkhamhaeng. Arrest warrants were issued by the Phra Khanong Criminal Court and the Central Juvenile and Family Court, leading to the apprehension of the 14 individuals.

“The suspects confessed to targeting students from the opposing institution due to a longstanding grudge,” stated the police. During the arrest, police seized two unregistered firearms, three swords, and eight motorbikes used in the crimes.

The suspects, along with the confiscated items, were initially taken to Bangna Police Station for further legal proceedings. In response to the incident, the police and relevant agencies have pledged to increase monitoring of technical colleges in the area to prevent and deter similar disputes that disrupt local communities, reported The Pattaya News.

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In related news, a violent clash erupted between students from different institutions, resulting in two deaths and one injury. The brawl included the use of firearms and knives, leaving a mother devastated as her warnings went unheeded. The incident occurred at 6.30pm on June 13 on Rojana Road, Bang Pa-in, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya.

Police and emergency services responded swiftly to reports of a brawl involving students armed with guns and knives. Upon arrival, officers found two male students lying injured, bleeding heavily on the road. Despite efforts to save them, one succumbed to injuries at Uthai Hospital, while another critically injured student died later at Wang Noi Hospital.

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