Red Bull Heir Arrested For Deadly Ferrari Hit-And-Run
The 27-year old, who is also the a co-owner of the Ferrari Thailand importer, reportedly hit the motorcycle police officer, Stg. Mat. Wichean Glanprasert and dragged him with his FF over 100 fr (m). He then left the body there without providing any assistance and entered into his family’s property, which was nearby.
Another police officer tried to put the blame on a different suspect, but the rest of the officers who were on the case managed to track the damage to the estate. The aforementioned officer was suspended and now the head of police, Lt. Gen. Comronwit Toopgrajank declares that he wants to see the case solved.
"A policeman is dead. I can't let this stand. If I let this case get away, I'd rather quit," Toopgrajank said. "I don't care how powerful they are. If I can't get the actual man in this case, I will resign."
Yoovidhya now claims that the police motorcycle cut him off, but his family made a statement in a desperate effort to not make things even worse, saying that they are taking responsibility for what happened.
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