• Thu, 20 Dec 2018 13:04
    Bt30m lottery winnings saga continues in court
    Kanchanaburi Provincial Court on Thursday agreed to hear charges of embezzlement and receiving stolen items against a retired policeman Pol Lieutenant Charoon Wimul, in the continuing high-profile row over lottery winnings worth Bt30 million.
  • Mon, 12 Nov 2018 11:05
    Origin Property reports high third quarter revenue 
    Listed property firm Origin Property wil announce total revenue of Bt4.03 billion and a net profit of Bt892 million in the third quarter of this year, up 106 per cent and 60 per cent respectively over the same period of last year, the company’s chief executive Peerapong Charoon-Ek said on Monday.
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  • Thu, 05 Apr 2018 18:30
    Teacher files complaint in Bt30m lottery winnings dispute
    A controversial teacher of Kanchanaburi province on Thursday filed a complaint with a court seeking theft charges against a retired policeman he accuses of stealing his Bt30million lottery winnings.
  • Tue, 06 Mar 2018 03:00
    Police chief probed over lottery row
    CRIME SUPPRESSION Division officers will this week order the Counter-Corruption Division to take legal action against the embattled Kanchanaburi police chief, Pol Maj-General Sutthi Puangpikul, in relation to a high-profile case surrounding the dispute over Bt30-million winning lottery tickets.
  • Fri, 02 Mar 2018 01:00
    Teachers’ Council plans to consider ethical violations linked to Bt30m lottery case
    THE TEACHERS’ Council of Thailand will today look into whether there had been a violation of the Teachers’ Ethics Act after a Kanchanaburi teacher was slapped with three charges over ownership of Bt30-million winning lottery tickets.
  • Wed, 28 Feb 2018 01:00
    Arrest warrant to be sought for teacher in Bt30m lottery dispute
    ARREST WARRANTS will be sought today for a teacher and a lottery ticket vendor involved in the Bt30-million lottery controversy in Kanchanaburi, both of whom are accused of giving false information with malicious intent.
  • Fri, 23 Feb 2018 01:00
    Kanchanaburi police chief transferred over role in Bt30m lottery scandal
    KANCHANABURI’S police chief has been transferred out of his post over a lottery-cheating scandal, giving weight to widespread speculation that some state officials had allegedly colluded in the plot to grab the Bt30-million prize from the legitimate winner.
  • Fri, 16 Feb 2018 01:00
    Police conduct flash raids interviewing six witnesses in Bt30m lottery row
    ABOUT 100 police officers from the Crime Suppression Division (CSD) yesterday searched seven locations in Kanchanaburi and summoned six people for questioning as part of its investigation into a highly-publicised dispute between retired policeman Charoon Wimul, 62, and teacher Preecha Kraikruan, 50, about the real ownership of five lottery tickets that won Bt30 million in the November 1 draw.
  • Wed, 14 Feb 2018 01:00
    Conspiracy alleged in Bt30-million lottery dispute
    Teacher’s witnesses lied in situation ‘like Jomsap case’, police say as former cop’s prospects improve
  • Tue, 13 Feb 2018 01:00
    Trial over lottery dispute between former cop, teacher to begin on May 1
    THE CIVIL Court will start a trial in May to determine the legitimate owner of lottery tickets that claimed a Bt30-million jackpot in a high-profile dispute between a retired policeman and a teacher.
  • Mon, 05 Feb 2018 14:14
    Rights’ group wants lottery-scandal probe officer replaced
    A crime victims’ rights group on Monday asked the national police chief to temporarily remove a police commander from Kanchanaburi province to ensure the fairness of the investigation into the Bt30-million lottery tickets scandal there.
  • Sun, 04 Feb 2018 16:57
    Retired cop vows at shrine that lottery millions belong to him
    Retired police lieutenant Charoon Wimul, who is in a dispute with a schoolteacher over a multi-million-baht lottery jackpot, performed a vow on Sunday in front of Kanchanaburi’s sacred City Pillar Shrine swearing that he was the one telling the truth in the matter.
  • Fri, 02 Feb 2018 01:00
    Ex-cop in lottery row invokes supernatural ‘to punish liars’
    AFTER POLICE summoned him to hear two criminal charges, a retired police lieutenant yesterday challenged a teacher involved in a dispute over a multi-million-baht lottery jackpot to make a pledge in front of Kanchanaburi’s sacred City Pillar Shrine to determine who was telling the truth.
  • Wed, 31 Jan 2018 15:20
    Teacher prevails in Bt30m lottery dispute, ex-cop to be charged
    Police on Wednesday concluded that the real winner of a Bt30-million lottery prize is a teacher in Kanchanaburi province and will charge a retired police officer with embezzlement and accepting stolen items.
  • Sat, 20 Jan 2018 01:00
    Forensic tests show ex-cop was lottery winner but police await result of second test
    THE CENTRAL Institute of Forensic Science (CIFS) yesterday announced its findings in a much-publicised dispute that a retired police lieutenant was the owner of the winning lottery tickets worth about Bt30 million, not a teacher who claimed to be the legitimate owner.
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