New Taipei City Police Arrest Three Ring Members 查柬埔寨人口販運 新北警破人蛇集團

Many Taiwanese people have become victims of human traffickers in Cambodia and Myanmar. Police in New Taipei City and Tainan recently busted human trafficking rings, and say they will continue tracing these rings to their source to determine if there is organized crime behind them.


“This is the police, step out of the car. This is the police, step out of the car.”New Taipei City police officers arrest the main suspect in a human trafficking ring. They then apprehended two accomplices. They also seized mobile phones, passport application receipts, account books, and other evidence. Many Taiwanese people have been trafficked to Cambodia in recent times. The police have stepped up interviews with family members of victims. The New Taipei City police recently discovered that a man surnamed Ke had been tricked into going to Cambodia to work for a fraud ring by someone he met while doing his military service. He was also imprisoned. The police investigated and busted a human trafficking ring.

Shen Cheng-chi, Dep. Chief, Criminal Investigation Brigade, Xizhi Precinct: “The task force followed the clues and arrested three people including a man surnamed Hsu that made up a human trafficking ring on the 15th. It also confiscated mobile phones, passport application receipts, passbooks, and account books used in committing the crimes as evidence.”

The Tainan City Police Department's Yongkang Precinct also busted a human trafficking ring after receiving a tip. After several days of lying in wait and following, the police arrested the snakehead surnamed Tsai and four accomplices and seized NT$230,000 in cash, computers, and mobile phones. They will be investigated for organized crime, fraud, obstruction of freedom, and human trafficking. Prosecutors obtained permission from a court to keep Tsai in detention.

Chen Yung-chih, Chief, Criminal Investigation Brigade, Yongkang Precinct: “Several days ago, this precinct identified a location that we suspected was being used to interview and recruit Taiwanese people in order to traffic them to Cambodia. We asked the Tainan District Prosecutors Office to lead the investigation. This ring had online ads offering a monthly salary of NT$100,000 to do typing work in Cambodia to lure people into applying and coming for interviews.”

The police urged the public to ignore information from dubious sources and offers of jobs overseas with high salaries and easy work so that they won't end up being used, controlled, or compelled to commit crimes by illegal groups. Those who apply for jobs online should be extra careful. The police and prosecutors will continue cracking down on domestic human trafficking rings.

 

 

 

「警察!下車!警察!下車!」見時機成熟,新北警方馬上上前將人蛇集團的主嫌給逮捕,後續還陸續逮捕2名共犯,當場查扣作案用手機、代辦護照收據、帳冊等證物。日前國內爆發柬埔寨人口販運案,國內警方展開大規模的家戶清查,新北警方近期發現一名柯姓男子,退伍後疑似被軍中同僚騙去柬埔寨做詐騙工作,還被囚禁,循線追查終於破獲人蛇集團。

新北市警汐止分局偵查隊副隊長沈政吉表示:「專案小組於15日循線逮捕,徐男等3人共組織人蛇集團,並查扣作案用手機,代辦護照收據、存摺、帳冊等證物。」

除了新北警方破獲人蛇集團之外,台南永康分局也獲報轄區內疑有人蛇集團,經過多日埋伏跟監,逮捕蔡姓主嫌,以及4名共犯,查扣現金23萬元、電腦、手機等證物。全案依組織犯罪、詐欺、妨害自由及人口販運等罪嫌移送檢方偵辦。而蔡姓主嫌經檢察官聲押獲准。

台南市警永康分局偵查隊隊長陳勇志表示:「本分局日前發現一處,疑為人口販運集團做為面試、招募,誘騙國人前往柬埔寨的據點,隨即報請台南地檢署指揮偵辦,該集團在網路上,以至柬埔寨擔任打字員,月薪高達新台幣10萬等等條件,誘騙同學朋友應徵面試。」

警方強調,民眾應拒絕聽信來路不明、海外高薪、工作輕鬆的招募就業廣告,以免遭不法集團利用、控制甚至從事詐騙等犯罪行為。民眾透過網路求職時,應該更加小心謹慎,對於人蛇集團,各地的司法警察與檢察官也一定會持續追查到底。

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