Former cop from UAE allegedly set automobiles on fire in Koh Samui

A former cop from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) allegedly set automobiles on hearth in Koh Samui. The suspect, 40 12 months outdated Muajib Ali Salim Saleh Alkarbi, allegedly set hearth to a BMW, and a Toyota sedan parked near vacant land in Koh Samui’s Taling Ngam sub-district at around 1.35am on Thursday, March 2.
Koh Samui Police mentioned CCTV footage appeared to indicate Alkarbi driving on a motorcycle and setting fireplace to the vehicles. Koh Samui Provincial Court issued an arrest warrant for Alkarbi on Friday, March three. Koh Samui Police said on Saturday that they had arrested Alkarbi.
Ready said the cars that Alkarbi set on hearth had belonged to a man only recognized as Anan. They stated that Alkarbi and Anan had been working together in a second-hand automobile enterprise earlier than having a conflict with one another.
The police mentioned that Alkarbi purchased a motorbike and travelled to Koh Pha Ngan earlier than he committed the attack, Naewna reported. Alkarbi then pretended to stay in Koh Pha Ngan by reserving a resort there, the police said. However, Alkarbi then travelled to Koh Samui to commit the attack.
Alkarbi faces expenses of committing arson and has reportedly denied the charges. He is reportedly trying to fight the charges legally.
This news comes only a week after another arson attack in Thailand.
On Monday, February 27, a blaze broke out on a lesser-known Pattaya beach mostly utilized by fishermen to store their equipment and sell their catches. The blaze burned some of the fishermen’s equipment and tools. Luckily, nobody was injured..

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