The proprietor and supervisor of Nataree Massage, whose whereabouts are obscure, have each been slapped with 14 charges running from business sexual misuse of underage young ladies to shielding illicit transients.
The Criminal Court on Tuesday endorsed capture warrants for Prasert Sookkhi, 58, and Sommai Padsing, 45, on charges identified with the assault on the Ratchadaphisek Road venue.
Pol Col Chayut Marayat, vice president of the Metropolitan Police Bureau’s (MPB) Division 1, said the continuous examination demonstrated that Mr Prasert is the proprietor of the back rub parlor however he utilized others to go about as intermediaries. Mr Sommai was the parlor’s director and holder of its working permit, issued under the Entertainment Venue Control Act.
The 14 claimed offenses brought against the men incorporate maintaining a prostitution business, going about as a procurer, sexual misuse of youngsters and youth under 18 years old, giving safe house to unlawful transients, and utilizing nonnatives without work grants.
Both men fled capture are still everywhere after Department of Provincial Administration authorities, police and troopers attacked the parlor in Huai Khwang locale on June 7. The operation netted 121 affirmed sex specialists, including 77 outsiders and a few less than 18 years old.
Pol Col Chayut said MPB agents were attempting to find Mr Prasert and Mr Sommai. They will ask the Anti-Money Laundering Office (Amlo) to analyze the suspects’ advantages for check whether they have been gained wrongfully.
Authorities are likewise researching a little book posting contracted names of law authorization people and agencies</a> thought to have gotten month to month kickbacks from the parlor, also a paper chits with a photo of an a legendary lion and sanctuary guardian,found in the ownership of outside masseuses captured amid the attack.
Five administrators of Nataree Massage have been captured taking after the attack and are confronting charges of human trafficking and shielding illicit transient specialists.