Two youths were arrested on April 23 in connection to a series of motorbike thefts dating back to February this year.
National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT) has announced that the public can view Venus with the naked eye on April 30 between 4 – 6am as it passes close to the earth.
UPDATE: Sargent Major Yuttachai Thongchat has now been arrested and is being kept in Bangkok along with the two women arrested. Deputy National Police Chief Pol Gen Srivara Ransibrahmanakul has also announced that three other policeman in the Mae Hong Son police department in connection to the child prostitution ring and on suspicion on having sex with the girls.
A famous witchdoctor in Omkoi was shot dead by 15 bullets to the anus by a hitman on April 21, believed to be hired by a family who had allegedly been cursed by the doctor, preventing the husband from being able to defecate properly.
Terry earned a BA in English Lit from Brown University in the late Sixties while drumming with bands that opened for The Yardbirds, the Critters, and Jimi Hendrix. His award-winning play, Resurrection, was produced during his senior year.
On April 24, Chaiwat Cheaumeuangphan, Deputy Inspector at Sankamphaeng Police Station released a statement regarding the death of a man that accidentally stabbed himself during a religious ceremony.
A policeman accused of running an underage prostitution ring in Mae Hong Son is under investigation by the DSI and Public Prosecutor after a mother of one of the victims was systematically ignored by the relevant police departments and Damrongdhama Centre for over six months.
The Mongkol Wanaram temple in Padet caught on fire during the morning of April 23, causing over one million baht worth of damage.
A barber shop in Chiang Mai has caused outrage across social media after they began opening on a Wednesday, a day believed to bring great misfortune if one was to get a haircut.
The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has ordered Chiang Mai Traffic Police to strictly enforce issuing fines to those not wearing seatbelts in cars, increasing the fine from 500 baht to 5,000 baht starting today.