Thai woman arrested for allegedly killing 5 with cyanide

A Thai girl has been arrested for the alleged poisoning and killing of five individuals using cyanide. The arrest was made after the sudden and unexplained dying of the alleged murderer’s most up-to-date sufferer, Siriporn “Koy” Khanwong, a 32 yr old Thai girl from the central province of Ratchaburi, on Saturday, April 1.
Koy was discovered dead at the Baan Pong Pier in Ratchaburi at 9am on Friday, April 14. Koy reportedly went to the pier to make benefit by releasing fish into the river with her Thai pal, later identified as Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn.
The vendor who witnessed the incident reported that Koy went to the pier to release the fish alone and all of a sudden fainted. The rescue staff came to the spot and provided her with CPR, but she didn’t reply to the operation. Koy was sent to the hospital and later pronounced lifeless from a coronary heart attack.
The vendor revealed that she was curious why Koy’s Thai good friend, Am, didn’t come to assist her and disappeared from the scene.
The CCTV cameras at the place featured Koy and Am getting out of Am’s Toyota Vios sedan. The victim held a plastic bag of fish and went directly to the pier. However, the alleged murderer didn’t go together with her. Instead, the Thai lady walked backwards and forwards, as if she was waiting for somebody.
Koy fainted on the pier, but the footage confirmed that Am didn’t go to her assist, instead, she drove off with the victim’s belongings and mobile phone.
Track record was interested in her demise as well and believed that the demise was homicide and that Koy’s good friend, later recognized as Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, was involved.
Koy’s sister, Nipawan “Som” Khanwong, reported that she discovered that her sister went to the pier with Am as a result of Koy posted about it on Facebook. She contacted Am immediately to ask about Koy, however Am claimed she had not gone to the pier with Koy and was in another province.
Som said Am did not do anything suspicious. She saved asking her about Koy and expressed concern concerning the problem. Som didn’t suspect Am till the officers confirmed to her that they discovered Am on CCTV cameras.
Koy’s mom, sixty three yr previous Thongpin Kianchanasiri, revealed that Am borrowed 50,000 baht from Koy however she did not know whether or not Am paid it again or not.
The family then sought help from the Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police (RTP), Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn. A thorough investigation of the case was conducted till the officers found that 4 different victims, who had shut contact with Am, all handed away mysteriously. Three of the four individuals reportedly died from coronary heart assaults much like Koy.
The first deceased was a police officer named Kanda Torai who handed away on August 10 of last year after investing in a business with Am.
The second one was a teacher who died in September of last yr after giving gold necklaces worth about 1 million baht to Am to put money into her business.
The third individual was Am’s ex-boyfriend, who handed away on March 12 of this yr. Am claimed to the deceased’s family that she was pregnant with the man’s youngster. So, the family gave her cash, a priceless amulet, and a gold necklace price about 260,000 baht.
The fourth person was a police officer who incessantly visited temples with Am. She fainted and passed away at a temple within the central province of Nakhon Pathom, and her assets disappeared.
After an investigation, officers later confirmed that Am was involved in Koy’s death and arrested Am at present at 11am. Officers imagine that Am poisoned Koy with cyanide to steal Koy’s property.
Am was initially charged with Section 288 of the Criminal Law: intentional murder. The penalty shall be life imprisonment or imprisonment for 15 to twenty years. Further investigation might be carried out to see whether or not Am was concerned within the deaths of the opposite 4 deceased or not and how precisely she operated to kill her victims.

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