American man arrested in Phuket for sexually abusing his personal daughter

Thai police officers arrested an American man within the Rawai district of Phuket after he fled the US and charges of allegedly sexually abusing his 9 yr previous daughter.
The Immigration Bureau yesterday held a press convention to report the profitable arrest of the 30 year outdated American man, known only by his surname Mayes. The suspect escaped arrest within the US and fled to cover in Thailand. Fortunately, the Thai police had been hot on his heels and he was apprehended.
According to the police, Mayes committed multiple acts of sexual assault towards his daughter. His action was uncovered inflicting him to flee the nation and entered Thailand on June 29 with a Non-Immigrant Visa for Education, also called NON-ED.
Upon receiving a report from the US Embassy in Bangkok, the Immigration Bureau swiftly initiated an investigation to track down Mayes. Their efforts paid off once they found his whereabouts at a rental house in Phuket’s Rawai district. On Sunday, July 16, Thai officers visited the property to verify Mayes’s id and placed him beneath arrest.
Mayes does not face any expenses in Thailand as his visa is still valid. He will later be transferred to the US for further authorized processes.
In addition to Mayes’s case, the press conference shed mild on one other two successful operations. Firstly, the immigration police managed to arrest two suspects who have been involved in aiding foreigners in illegal entry into Thailand and supported the unlawful foreigners in escaping the arrest.
Profit of the two followed the arrest of 89 foreigners and four Thai nationals in April of this 12 months. The foreigners illegally entered the nation in the Kanchanaburi province with the help of 4 Thais. They were on their approach to work in the southern province of Songkhla..

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