Mae Taeng police are investigating an alleged case of rape and sexual abuse. The complaint was made on July 7 by the 45-year-old Lahu mother of a 14-year-old girl. The victim told police she had been repeatedly raped by her 57-year-old stepfather since November 2019. The man, who had lived with the Grade 6 student’s mother for 7 years, is reported to have taken advantage of the long hours her moth … Continued
A night-long downpour in Doi Saket district triggered flash floods in many areas. The bypass and the Chiang Mai – Chiang Rai road were underwater, creating traffic chaos. The police monitored the situation and alternative routes such as via Ban Pong Kum were suggested. As the water level decreased, the roads were opened again. However, police urge motorists to stay alert and drive carefully … Continued
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Last month news became viral following accusations by the Chiang Mai firefighters that a Sean Buranahiran, a Chiang Mai celebrity life coach, had misappropriated 800,000 baht of donated funds to the fire fighters. Apart from posting his meeting with the police to clarify expenses in late June, Sean has been very silent for a normally social-media active personality with over 3.7 million followers. … Continued
On the night of the 3rd July, police were alerted to an incident at Nakorn Ping Hospital. On arrival they found Susao Saeyang, a 23 year old Hmong man, intoxicated and attempting to hit his six year old son. Hospital staff and security were also hurt as he refused to calm down. Susao works as a handyman at a local hotel and lived on the hotel grounds, according to reports. His son, Songkran, is s … Continued
Police left no stone unturned in their efforts to protect public health, visiting Sayuri Massage, Chiang Mai’s long standing and famous soapy massage venue in Wat Gate. They were checking to see whether all customers were following social distancing protocol.
sarnha Bucha day was on Saturday and the usual crowds which normally flock to temples were, as expected, slightly tempered. Nonetheless families, friends and the devout came out and followed new protocols in observing their faith.
Citylife was told by the Phuping Police station which informed us and bars in the area that as of midnight tonight to midnight Sunday there will be no alcohol sales. But then a letter was issued, also by Phuping Police who say that the ban is from midnight of the night of the 4th to midnight on the night of the 6th which meant that the ban would be on Sunday and Monday. Latest we called Phuping Po … Continued
As schools across Thailand reopened on 1st July, one school in Sansai is making a name for itself for innovation, humour and responsibility. Ban Pa Mua school in Sansai’s Pa Pai sub district has put in safety protocols for all students starting with compulsory mask-wearing, social distancing, sanitisers, temperature checks, and all that before entering the school. Once in the school each teacher w … Continued
A 55 year old man from Sanpatong was found dead by his wife today in what police say is suicide. According to the man’s wife, Aranya Wiangdee, 47, her husband had his left leg amputated four years ago due to diabetes. He leaves home in a wheel chair but manages to use crutches around the house. Lately he had become severely stressed over financial debts, with debtors calling day and night to deman … Continued