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Hiding American Drug Dealer Arrested In Bangkok


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Published : June 12, 2013 :: 16:06:25 [ 132 views ]

Hiding American Drug Dealer Arrested In Bangkok

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Immigration Bureau officers were able to track down and arrest an American drug dealer who fled to Thailand in hopes to get away from the FBI. It was later known that the arrested American was an important suspect of the FBI.

Bangkok – June 11, 2013[PDN]; At the Immigration Bureau Police Lt. General Panu Kertlap, Commander in Chief of the Immigration Bureau together with various other high-profile police chiefs and directs held a press conference together regarding the arrest of 32 year-old Steven Miller, an American national. He was wanted by the FBI after he was drug dealer in the United States. He was arrested in an apartment in Din Daeng district.

Police Lt. General Panu revealed that this arrest was planned after officers from the Immigration Bureau were approached by the Florida Immigration Bureau and the FBI. They were asked to help track-down and arrest Mr. Steven, who was a suspect who dealt drugs, but after the FBI were after him, he then fled to Thailand and went hiding. Immigration Bureau officers found out that Mr. Steven had been in Thailand since October 1, 2012. Soon after investigating, Immigration Bureau officers were able to find out that Mr. Steven was residing with his Thai girlfriend in the Din Daeng district, which ultimately led to the arrest.

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Glad they got the scumbag but there is no such entity here in Florida-"Florida Immigration Bureau". 

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Glad they got the scumbag but there is no such entity here in Florida-"Florida Immigration Bureau". 

Don't expect accurate reporting or well written articles from the farang press in Pattaya....lol

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Poor Guy.  Drug Dealers are the modern heroes and Robin Hoods of our times.  I hope he gets off.

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Glad they got the scumbag but there is no such entity here in Florida-"Florida Immigration Bureau". 

Are you saying the FIB is a fib?

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This is good news, and shows the thai police has concerned about global morals, and international relations.

 

Glad they got the scumbag but there is no such entity here in Florida-"Florida Immigration Bureau". 

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This is good news, and shows the thai police has concerned about global morals, and international relations.

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More info:

 

http://www.chiangraitimes.com/news/17017.html

 

 
BANGKOK – Commander in chief Pol Lt Gen Panu Kerdlarbphol told a news conference that Ryan Steven Miller, a 32-year-old American was apprehended on Tuesday in Bangkok.
 

Mr Miller is a suspect under an arrest warrant from the state of Florida on the charge of conspiracy and selling illegal drugs. He was apprehended at his room in Bangkok’s Din Daeng district.

 

The suspect landed at Suvarnabhumi Airport from Vietnam in October last year and had been staying at hotels in both the capital and upcountry until the arrest.

 

Police said Mr Miller’s visa had expired, making him liable for charges of illegally residing in Thailand. He will be transferred to the US custody.

Miller, who fled to Thailand from Vietnam last October, first came to the FBI’s attention in 2007 when he allegedly sold around 300,000 Ecstasy pills over six months, before being hired by a Vietnamese narcotics ring to transport drugs.

 

The FBI says Miller then smuggled heroin with the True Asian Pride gang, earning as much as US$600,000 (Bt18.6 million) per week.

Miller has not worked since fleeing to Thailand, but has received Bt40,000 a month from “a friend”, say police.

 

Immigration were informed about the case by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The suspect was a key member of a major drug smuggling ring in Florida called ‘True Asian Pride’, with most members being of Asian origin. – MCOT

 

 

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