UPDATE: Three adult suspects who reportedly beat 14-year-old boy to death go through re-enactment in Chonburi

Chonburi —

The three adult suspects who reportedly stomped a 14-year-old boy to his death over a theft accusation went through a reenactment today, September 19th.

First, in our previous story,

Three adult suspects who allegedly beat a 14-year-old boy to death on Saturday over a theft accusation were arrested in Chonburi while one suspect remains at large.

Now for our update,

The three suspects including Patcharaphon “Peach” Khingklai (21), Natpong “Nut” Chumyen (26), and Kritsada “Paep” Ngentoum (22) reenacted the fatal assault against a 14-year-old boy at an abandoned house on Soi Hua Nong Bon in the Huai Yai subdistrict of Banglamung, Chonburi, at 1 pm today amid a crowd of Thai media including The Pattaya News.

Peach, a 21-year-old suspect, reportedly confessed to being the ringleader in the assault, saying that he tried to get the boy to tell his group about the location of alleged stolen valuables, gold and about 3000 baht, or 100 USD. The suspects claimed that the boy eventually told them, so they took him on a bike to the first place, which was the deceased boy’s uncle’s house.

However, the three suspects could not find the valuables, so the boy navigated them to the second place, which was his uncle’s car and kitchen. Still, the suspects could not locate the items and started to grow frustrated, so they took the boy to the abandoned house and collaboratively beat him before dropping him off at his uncle’s house where he was later found dead.

Peach said he never thought the boy would pass away and claimed they didn’t mean to kill him, only to rough the boy up a little. Meanwhile, the boy’s uncle, Sirichai Wisiri (50), told TPN media that he was with his wife in Pattaya on the day of the incident. The uncle added that the boy passed away too soon, and such a tragedy was unforgiveable.

The three suspects were charged with collaboratively beating the boy to death. One suspect remains at large as of press time.


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