Police arrest British man in Koh Samui for marijuana

A British man on Koh Samui was arrested by immigration police for unlawful possession and use of marijuana, according to the provincial immigration police chief. Police say that 32 12 months outdated Paul Mathew Kennedy was arrested on Monday at his house in Moo 5 in tambon Bophut.
Immigration police say an informant tipped them off to Kennedy, accusing him of being involved in activities related to marijuana. Police launched a probe that culminated in his arrest on Monday.
From their investigation into the suspect, they uncovered social media posts that suggested that the British man runs a enterprise within the UK promoting equipment to develop marijuana. They didn’t mention any proof online of the man conducting comparable business throughout the Kingdom of Thailand.
ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์Huawei is in Koh Samui on a valid passport and visa, with permission to remain in Thailand until September of next 12 months.
Police searched the man’s shoulder bag and located a grinder along with a small amount of floor, dried marijuana. They then searched his residence and on the second flooring they found a room with 2 marijuana stashes. Some ganja was present in a drawer of a TV desk whereas extra was found in a refrigerator.
A urine take a look at confirmed marijuana within the British man’s system and he allegedly admitted to the possession and use of the drug. He said he purchased his provide close by his home in front of Wat Plai Laem from an unidentified Thai lady.
The man will be charged with illegal possession and use of marijuana and has been handed over to native police for processing..

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