Seven Phuket police questioned, more evidence collected

PHOTO: The pursued pickup slams through motorcyclists at a traffic light in Rassada.

Seven Phuket police today have been called to acknowledge the charge of intent to murder. More evidence has also been collected.

At the Cherng Talay Police station today a team of investigators, including police, prosecutors and representative from the lawyers council, have spoken to the seven police.

Four of them from the Phuket City Police are Capt Preechapat Sangnoi, Sen Sgt Maj Gosum Suchart, Cpl Somchai Sarapart Cpl Ukrit Piboon.

Three from the Cherng Talay Police are Maj Sanhawit Sanitwong, Capt Jeera Cherdchai and L/C Tossaphon Laongthong.

They have all been questioned after having been charged with intent to murder over the shooting death of Chisanupong Krueajan. The body of a man, identified as 29 year old Chisanupong Krueajan from Phuket, was found in the driver seat of the pickup after police shot him in Cherng Talay after they were able to stop his car. Police claimed at the time that the man had attempted to pull a gun on them. Police shot first, killing him.

Read more about the unfolding case HERE.

Meantime, the Phuket City Police have collected more evidence at the intersection near the Phuket Bus Terminal 2 on Thapkrasattri Road, where the pickup truck ran over two motorbikes after fleeing police. Three people were injured when the pickup, driven by the deceased man, ran through the bikes at a traffic light trying to escape police after he’d ran a checkpoint in Rassada.

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