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Police detain Am’s former husband, a police officer

Report on the ongoing serial murder investigations involving 36-year-old suspect “Am the Cyanide” Miss Sararat Rangsiwutthaporn, who is charged with poisoning at least 14 victims and leaving only one alive. Am’s ex-husband, a deputy inspector in charge of the probe, has just been named as a suspect.

Police in Nakhon Pathom Province detained Pol Lt Col Withoon Rungsiwutaphon, Am’s ex-husband and the deputy chief investigator of Suan Phueng Police Station, on May 4 after he admitted to allegations of receiving stolen items, forgery, and using fake government documents.

The police have discovered that Pol. Lt. Col. Withoon picked up Am and drove a white Chevrolet Captiva owned by Am’s spouse Dae from Udon Thani to Bangkok following Dae’s passing in relation to the two offenses that resulted in the arrest warrant. In the province of Nakhon Pathom, Am and Pol. Lt. Col. Withoon also pawned Dae’s automobile. In three occurrences connected to Am’s case, it was found that Pol. Lt. Col. Withoon and Am had utilized counterfeit official documents.

Later, he was freed after posting a $100,000 bail.The deputy national police chief, Pol. Gen. Surachate Hakparn, announced that he would visit the prison the same day to question “Am” there because he thought she could confess more after spending many days there. He did this after discovering that she had picked up Miss Montratip or Sai, a 37-year-old victim who had been at Suvarnabhumi Airport on July 7, 2015, before she passed away the next day in Bangkok.

“Police must conduct investigations honestly. We need solid proof before we can accuse someone. Despite the fact that society may already have rendered its decision, as investigators we must compile data from various witnesses and sources to present to the prosecution. If they believe that the evidence is still insufficient, we must gather additional to strengthen the case and enable the court to render a fair decision. According to Pol. Lt. Gen. Surachate, “In this situation, the police commander has ordered the investigative unit to gather evidence and file charges in court to prove the connection between the deaths in each case.

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