Five Members of Indigenous Family Found Brutally Murdered | Thailand News Today


The police are currently investigating a brutal murder that took place in the northern province of Tak. Five members of an indigenous Hmong family were found dead at a nearby plantation. The youngest victim was only three months old.

The community leader promptly informed the authorities, and the search for the culprit is ongoing. This tragedy has shaken the local community and serves as a reminder of the importance of justice and safety for all.

The five victims have been identified as a couple with three children. According to the police, the cause of death for the five members of the family was a combination of gunshots and stab wounds. The bodies, which were in an advanced state of decomposition, appeared to have been dead for several days. A single 9 millimeters bullet casing was found near the crime scene.

The murder of the Hmong family in Tak has resulted in public shock and fear. The police are actively investigating and believe the murder may be connected to human trafficking activity in the area. The authorities are committed to bringing the murderer to justice.


Drunk police officer crashes car into restaurant in Bangkok, Three people are seriously injured in intensive care after a drunk police officer crashed his car into a restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, on Monday night. The owner of the “Mala” restaurant in บางเขน district said they are scared justice will not be served because the drunk driver is a police officer.

A black Honda with a Bangkok registration plate was found at the scene of the accident and was determined to belong to Police Major Ekapong, a crowd control police officer. Ekapong was charged with reckless driving causing serious injury, reckless driving causing damage to property, and drunk driving. His blood alcohol level was found to be 126 milligrams, well above the legal limit. The incident resulted in four people being injured, three of whom are seriously injured and receiving treatment in the ICU.

The police investigation is ongoing, and the police have assured the victims and the public that the prosecution process will be fair. The drunk driver, Police Major Ekapong, has been charged with multiple offenses and is currently in custody.


The Thai actress Due Arisara Thongborisut exposed the illegal gambling activities of her ex-boyfriend Benz Daemon and provided photographic evidence on Facebook on Sunday, revealing that her ex and his three brothers operated an illegal online gambling website called macau888. Thai actress Due said she exposed them because she was brutally abused by Benz during their relationship

According to a spokesperson for the Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau, the macau888 website was part of a network of seven related sites and had a circulating amount of approximately 5.5 billion baht.

The police are actively searching for Benz and his brothers, who are accused of abuse, and valuable assets belonging to the group have been seized.

The authorities are actively pursuing the investigation into the illegal macau888 gambling website and the suspects who were involved in its operation. The police are collaborating with the Foreign Affairs Division of the Royal Thai Police to apprehend the suspects who have fled the country. The authorities are also looking into t he potential involvement of the actress and may call her in for questioning if necessary. Despite the criticism and accusations she faced, the actress remains determined to expose the crime and receive justice for her abuse.


UNICEF appeals to Thai public to help child victims of earthquakes in Turkey and Syria

The recent earthquakes in the border region of Syria and Turkey have had a devastating impact on the lives of many children and their families. To help the affected communities, UNICEF Thailand has launched an emergency appeal to the Thai public, calling for people to support their efforts to help affected families and children. UNICEF is working to provide essential supplies, such as nutrition, and emotional support.

Donations can be made online at or through a bank transfer to Bangkok Bank 201-3-01324-4, or by sending an SMS with the message “UNICEF” to 4712225, which will result in a 100 thai baht donation.

The Thai government is also contributing to the efforts by deploying a 20-member Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team to Turkey.

It is essential that the international community comes together to support those who are in need. Every donation, big or small, can make a difference in the lives of children and their families. Let us all do our part in providing support and hope during these challenging times. Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by the earthquakes and those who are working tirelessly to respond to the needs of the affected communities.

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