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Pattaya Police Chief begins investigation into Tim “Sharky” Ward

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PATTAYA: -- The Pattaya Police Chief announced on Tuesday that he has begun an investigation into an Australian National who recently confronted Officers at Pattaya Police Station over allegations of theft of money and gold.

“Danger to Society”

Police Colonel Supatee, who is also a Deputy Commander of Chonburi Provincial Police, spoke with Pattaya Journalists on Tuesday at an outdoor event and announced that he has already reported the incident to his superiors and is conducting an investigation in conjunction with Chonburi Immigration which could ultimately see him deported from Thailand as he is considered a “Danger to Society”.

Mr. Timothy Ward, also known as “Sharky” has openly criticized the Police over the handling of a case where Mr. Ward reported the theft of 4 Million Baht.

The Colonel explained that as part of their investigation, an apartment belonging to Mr. Ward was searched and during that time a “pipe”, commonly used to ingest narcotics was found.

Mr. Ward claims that 1 Kilo of Gold and 1 Million Baht in cash was stolen by Police during their visit to the apartment and allegations that narcotics were “planted” by Police during the raid have also been made by Mr. Ward, who was held in custody for a time at Pattaya Police Station but was not charged with any drug offences.

Full story: http://www.pattayaone.net/pattaya-news/154774/pattaya-police-chief-begins-investigation-into-tim-sharky-ward/

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-- Pattaya One 2014-11-12

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A drug test on his hair - from very personal parts if necessary will say whether he is a drug user , if he is lock him up

If not it lends credence to the fact he was set up

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