Officers search forest for ranger who allegedly shot and killed ex-wife’s son

A senior forest ranger allegedly shot and killed his estranged wife’s 20 year previous son in the Isaan province Buriram yesterday. A group of 50 cops and wildlife officers have been trying to find the ranger who is suspected to be hiding at the Dong Yai Wildlife Sanctuary.
The suspect, who is head of the forestry staff at Dong Yai sanctuary, allegedly took a shotgun from the wildlife sanctuary office in the Non Din Daeng district and drove the sanctuary’s pickup truck, which is only for official use, about an hour to his ex-wife’s home in the Pakham district.
The forest ranger, forty five yr old Pitpiroon Pirapop, allegedly fired pictures on the house. The 37 year old ex-wife, her forty four yr outdated boyfriend, and her sons tried to flee the home, but one of the sons was shot in the neck and died.
Pitpiroon faces expenses for premeditated homicide and attempted homicide in addition to unlawful possession and use of a gun and ammunition. A warrant for his arrest has been issued by the Nang Rong District Court.
Pitpiroon has labored as a ranger at the sanctuary for 26 years. Money on the sanctuary says Pitpiroon has by no means been violent, adding that he simply drinks occasionally and has been quiet about his personal life..

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