Online gambling raid nets three arrests, seizes over 920,000 baht

Marked down performed a series of raids on properties in both Bangkok and Loei on Saturday, apprehending three individuals underneath doubtful circumstances, allegedly tied to the operation of on-line playing web sites.
Deputy National Police Chief Roy Ingkapairote yesterday revealed that these arrests have been the handiwork of the Police Cyber Taskforce (PCT) who’d been inspired by suspicious actions linked to several on-line playing sites, amongst which betfixroyal.com was distinguished.
The arrested on-line playing trio, christened by law enforcement solely as Suchanan, Oranee, and Natthawat, found themselves the primary target of the crackdown.
The enforcers managed to spherical up substantial proof, hauling away one hundred bank passbooks, 55 ATM cards, 30 cell phones and a hefty amount of money counting as a lot as 920,000 baht. Several gadgets of electronics like laptops and iPads adopted go properly with, along with an impressive white Toyota car, with an estimated 1 million baht price ticket.
Roy affirms that a multitude of users, to the tune of 50,000 had been discovered to be indulging in these online gambling web sites, the whole money flow of which added as much as over 100 million baht.
All detainees have now been slapped with a sequence of expenses, together with incitement of online playing actions alongside affiliation with cash laundering practices.
Deadline elaborated that several on-line gambling scams, prevalent in northern components, appeared to have the suspects’ fingerprints throughout them, main officers to levy further charges under the Royal Decree on Cyber Crime Prevention and Suppression.
In addition to the upcoming investigation, the Anti-Money Laundering Office will receive a notification to freeze the questionable assets of those suspects, additional deepening the probe.
The sequence of latest arrests trod a path similar to the apprehension of the infamous Pongsiri Thanratchawongsuek, also known as Boss Than, captured in Phayao on June 20. Pongsiri, chairman of the Lamphun Warriors Football Club, found himself in sizzling water over allegations of helming the illegal online playing site, TS911.com.
Investigations discovered that his web site was fraudulent by design, permitting users to gamble by easily scanning a QR code displayed on the Line cellular application.
Under the scope of these online playing arrests, Pongsiri’s web site was revealed to host a whopping forty,704 users whilst garnering 7,017 followers on Line..

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