Pathum Thani woman arrested for attacking locals with sticks

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Pathum Thani police arrested a woman who attacked locals with a wooden stick and a knife, resulting in injuries including a sprained wrist for one victim and causing property damage. The suspect made incoherent statements and is currently detained for further questioning before legal proceedings start.

At 9pm yesterday, June 23, Police Superintendent of Khlong Luang Police Station in Pathum Thani, Kiattisak Mitprasat, along with Deputy Superintendent Kawinvet Viriyasiriphakdi, led an operation to apprehend 38 year old Anchaleeporn Pisanthurakit, at Phahonyothin Road, in Khlong Luang District.

The arrest followed a series of alarming incidents highlighted by a social media post on a Facebook page, which featured a photo of an unstable woman walking in the middle of the road. The post described her as a “time bomb in the community” and urged relevant authorities to screen and prevent such dangers.

According to the post, the woman, described as small and thin, carrying a cloth bag with a wooden stick and knife, had been walking along Khlong Luang Road (between Sois 9 to 19), vandalising property and attacking unsuspecting locals.

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The poster recounted her previous experience with the assault suspect, describing her injuries from the incident.

“Please, someone come and check this out. She appears at 5pm every day. Yesterday, she was seen in front of the 200-Year Village, rummaging through parked motorcycles. I was unlucky enough to be attacked by her. She hit my arm with a stick, nearly breaking it. I have bruises all over and a fractured wrist. I reported it to the police yesterday. She walks around Boonkhum Alley every day, seen at the pedestrian overpass.”

Montri Khongart stated that following the reports, patrol and investigative officers from Khlong Luang Police Station kept an eye on the suspect to ensure public safety. Today, they spotted the suspect walking along the road.

Upon seeing the police, she attempted to flee into the middle of the street but was quickly detained and brought in for questioning at Khlong Luang Police Station. Initial interrogation revealed that her statements were inconsistent and incoherent.

Therefore, she is being held for further questioning by Khlong Luang Police investigators to proceed according to the law, reported KhaoSod.

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