Family ties turn lethal: Drug addict arrested for murdering sister-in-law in Chon Buri

Police in Chon Buri arrested a drug addict after he murdered his sister-in-law. The suspect claimed that he was indignant because the sufferer accused him of spreading Covid-19 which led to the dying of a neighbour.
Officers from Baan Bueng Police Station were alerted to the capturing at a grocery store on Nong Prue Kao-Baan Hua Kun Jae Road on Saturday, April 29. Upon investigating the scene, officers found the store proprietor critically injured with a gunshot wound to her neck. The fifty six year old injured woman named Wiriya Jirawat was despatched to a hospital but later died from the injuries.
Wiriya’s daughter, 22 yr outdated Donlaya, told officers that she noticed a vehicle parked near her mother’s shop on the night time before the incident. Then, she saw the same vehicle parked about 10 metres away from the store on the incident day before listening to the sound of gunfire.
The victim’s son, 34 12 months previous Pisut Samruay, stated he was taking a shower inside the home when he heard the gunshot. He rushed out to discover his mom mendacity in a pool of blood. Pisut acknowledged that his mother was friendly and all the time assisted her neighbours and that she had by no means had any conflicts with anybody.
Officers checked the shop’s CCTV cameras and managed to establish the murderer as 38 yr old Teerapong Sawatsolawong, the brother of Wiriya’s husband named Sophon Sawatsolawong.
CCTV footage confirmed the drug addict parking his automobile close to the shop, getting out, and going straight to Wiriya’s shop. Feast approached her and then shot her. Teerapong aimed to shoot Wiriya once more when she fell to the floor but the cartridge was a clean. The drug addict then fled the scene in his trailer.
Officers managed to locate Teerapong hiding in a forest close to Chanta Waree Meditation Centre in the province. They apprehended him and seized his 11mm Taurus pistol. Teerapong admitted to the homicide, notifying investigating law enforcement officials that the victim at all times complained about him being a drug addict and his unruly behaviour.
Teerapong added that he murdered the woman as a outcome of she stated he was spreading Covid.
Teerapong was charged with Section 289 of the Criminal Law: intentional homicide. The penalty could possibly be life imprisonment or imprisonment for 15 to twenty years..

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