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Two men, one from Slovakia and one from Turkey, who were both wanted by Interpol have been arrested separately by the Thai immigration police.
According to Immigration police commissioner Pol Maj Gen Panu Kerdlarbpon, Jozef Polonec, 49, was arrested in Chon Buri’s Bang Lamuang district on charges between 2007 and 2010 for the rape of his fourteen year old daughter in Slovakia, charges for which a court arrest warrant were issued that put him on Interpol’s red notice list. He fled to Thailand in 2012 to escape the charges. He will now also face charges of overstaying his via before he is deported.
The police arrested Turkish national Muhsin Iflazogul, 40, after he fled an arrest warrant from a Turkish court, and also found himself on Interpol’s red notice list, for the alleged extortion of around US$10,000, though his used car business. He has already spent six year in jail for shooting and injuring many people in his home country, when a bar owner failed to pay his debts that amounted to some US$60,000. He also fled to Thailand to escape the charges and earned a living by selling Kebabs on the Khao San Road in Bangkok.