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X-ray check on lorry in Lampang reveals haul of meth tablets

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X-ray check on lorry reveals haul of meth tablets
By The Nation

 

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LAMPANG: -- Police using an X-ray machine seized more than 1.1 million methamphetamine tablets hidden in a truck intercepted at a checkpoint on Highway 1 in Lampang’s Mae Prik district on Saturday.

 

Officers had manned the checkpoint following a tip-off that a large haul of drugs would be transported along the route. 

 

The X-ray machine revealed the drugs hidden inside a bucket concealed under blue canvas spread over the bed of the truck. 

Truck driver Sakda Srisod, 30, was arrested and charged with having illicit drugs in possession with intention to sell. He allegedly said it was his second delivery of drugs, with Tak as his destination. 

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/national/30309584

 
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2 hours ago, AlexRich said:

Let's hope that this acts as a warning to others ... of what happens when you forget to pay your tea money!

This is gone far beyond tea money already as even the most corrupt police out

there can see that the drug's situation is getting out of hand and something

must be done to stop it or at least bring it a reasonable level unlike the

madness that is going on now....

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Where did they get an x ray machine that size ? Did they borrow from the elephant hospital by any chance .

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1 hour ago, ezzra said:

This is gone far beyond tea money already as even the most corrupt police out

there can see that the drug's situation is getting out of hand and something

must be done to stop it or at least bring it a reasonable level unlike the

madness that is going on now....

Bring back the heroin of the 70's, there will be no madness.

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3 hours ago, AlexRich said:

Let's hope that this acts as a warning to others ... of what happens when you forget to pay your tea money!

do you really think its all about the tea money when it comes to something as big as this ??????? im being seirous

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24 minutes ago, williamgeorgeallen said:

sure the shipment would have got through if all the right people had been paid. maybe the cops need to sacrifice the odd shipment to make it look like they are doing their job.

and some poor bugger carries the can for driving.

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1 hour ago, Colabamumbai said:

Bring back the heroin of the 70's, there will be no madness.

You know what, i think that you are hitting the nails head!

Apathy ruled the snooker centers.......a concentrated drug scene around Patpong and that was it.

Today. 

One sees a shift in captured volume of heroine from Laos and Myanmar, now Pakistan and India are set to join the trade,

 

In Penang (Malaysia) its called 'pink" by addicts........pink colored smack from India.

 

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A troll post trying to hijack the topic has been removed, also two replies

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6 hours ago, AlexRich said:

Let's hope that this acts as a warning to others ... of what happens when you forget to pay your tea money!

Boring comment....babble babble......

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2 hours ago, catman20 said:

and some poor bugger carries the can for driving.

...according to the article...hmmm..the driver did fess up to a previous trip!

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