A RAID on a large house owned by Pol. Col. Thitisan Uttanaphon in Ramintra area of Bangkok and a check of vehicle ownership papers showed that the former head of Nakhon Sawan City police station, who fled after a video clip surfaced showing him suffocating a drug suspect to death with two plastic bags, owns 29 luxury vehicles worth millions of baht, Sanook.com said this afternoon (Aug. 25).
As ordered by National Police Chief Pol. Gen. Suwat Jangyodsuk, Pol. Maj. Gen. Nopsilp Poonsawas, head of Provincial Police Region 7, and his team searched the house at a well-known housing estate in Ramintra area and initially found 13 luxury vehicles parked there with the name of Pol. Col. Thitisan, whose nickname is Director Joe Ferrari, stated as the owner.
However a later check of ownership papers showed he owned 29 luxury vehicles including Lamborghini, Porsche, Ferrari, Mini Cooper and Mercedes Benz among others.
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At this house were were two young Myanmar maids and some security personnel.
The two maids confirmed that the house belonged to Pol. Col. Thitisan who is on the run after the video clip emerged showing him suffocating a drug suspect to death after he agreed to pay 1 million and not 2 million baht the former police station chief and his men had demanded.
Nakhon Sawan court this morning issued arrest warrants for Pol. Col. Thitisan and six other police officers on the charges of cruelly killing another person. Four of them were caught just as they were about to flee but Pol. Col. Thitisan and two others managed to get away.
Pol Col. Thitisan’s big house in the Ramintra area with some of the 29 luxury vehicles he owns parked there. All photos: Sanook.com