CityNews – At 12:20 AM on 2nd April, Doi Saket Police station received a call that the Region 5 Police Investigators had exchanged gunshots with drug smugglers. The police killed two people on Chiang Mai – Chiang Rai Road, near Huay Hong Khrai Royal Development in Doi Saket.
Before the gunfight, police investigators say they received intelligence that drug mules would be moving drugs through Mae Sai border on Chiang Mai – Chiang Rai Road. The police then followed these individuals until they were spotted. The drug mules crashed into a police barrier, after which point the police blocked them with their vehicles and they were forced to pull over. Some ran away while some opened fire. The officers returned fire and killed two individuals.
The officers found two pistols and a grenade near the dead bodies. They were identified as Nimon Wongchaichareon, 32, and Inkaew Duengsang, 45. Both worked as assistants to the Malika sub-district village chief in Amphur Mae Aye.
Later, Region 5 Police Deputy Commissioner along with Governor Wichian Puttiwinyu and other officials went to the scene to investigate. They found four green bags in the gray Mazda BT 50 containing 400,000 yabaa pills in packages labelled 999 with handshake logos. The police commissioner told reporters that the yabaa labelled 999 were from a Tai Yai smuggling ring. The handshake logo is a symbol of the Colonel Yisay network. The seized yabaa is valued at roughly 80 million baht.
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