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Phetchaburi: Kalasin man arrested for alleged rape of a five year old, ten years ago

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The Nation is reporting that a Kalasin 39 tear old man has been arrested in Phetchaburi this morning while on the run. He has been arrested over allegations relating to the rape of a five year old girl in Bangkok 10 years ago.

39 year old Sa-nguan Kisarung from Kalasin, was arrested at his rented room in Tambon Khao Yai in Phetchaburi’s Cha-am district at 2am. He was arrested under a warrant issued by the Thonburi Court on March 18, 2009.

He is alleged to have raped the girl at a workers’ quarters while working at a construction site on Soi Ekkachai 133 in Bangkok’s Bang Bon district on December 13, 2008.

SOURCE: The Nation

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French woman saved from jumping off Phetchaburi guest house roof

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Manager Online is reporting that police in Phetchaburi managed to get a 61 year old French woman to safety after she went to the top floor of a guest house and threatened to jump.

Rescuers managed to get to her, grab her and then assist the woman down the stairs to a waiting ambulance.

The woman was identified as Djeraibi Moraine, a French citizen.

Manager reports that she was wailing uncontrollably and visibly distressed during her journey to the hospital.

A manager of the guest house in Soi Bandai It in Ban Mor sub-district said that the tourist had checked in alone at the end of June.

There was no indication of trouble until she went up to the guest house’s rooftop garden yesterday and threatened to throw herself off. Unable to help the situation the owner called the police. Police found medication for a thyroid condition in the tourist’s first floor room.

SOURCE: Manager Online

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Hua Hin: Five of ten investigated hotels found to be ‘illegal’

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Five Hua Hin hotels, under the spotlight in an investigation into the town’s illegal hotels, are now set to be served closure notices.

Manager Online is reporting that Somporn Patchimpetch, the head of the investigating committee, says that loopholes in the law had meant that the ten dodgy hotels had continued to operate for the last few months.

But, he added, the fate of five hotels has now been decided and they will have closure notices posted within days.

The investigating team alleges the hotels originally applied to be just residential premises but later changed to operate as regular hotels offering daily rooms. This is against the law and the accommodation’s documentation has been found to be false following examination.

Five other Hua Hin hotels are still under investigation.

Manager did not name the hotels in their story but said the five would be shut according to Article 44 of building regulations dating back to 1979.

SOURCE: Manager Online

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Khao Sam Roi Yot caves get pro-active with safety audit

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Khao Sam Roi Yot national park in Prachuap Khiri Khan province has accelerated the exploration of four caves to gather information on cave conditions as a database to determine safety measures for tourists.

Khao Sam Roi Yot national park chief Rungroj Assawakultharin disclosed that Sam Roi Yot National Park is exploring those caves in order to prepare information on their current conditions.

The four caves include Phraya Nakhon cave, Kaew cave, Sai cave and Men cave. They are open to visitors from 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day. Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park has provided staff to ensure safety at the caves.

However, a preliminary survey of Kaew cave found no water flowing through it but the path is quite twisted, thus tourists will need the help of officials to visit it.

STORY: National News Bureau of Thailand

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