November 4th. The 25-year-old American man Michael Javasis stole a 9mm
Glock pistol from a shooting range in Pattaya, Thailand, turned around and shot it at the staff
and then ran all the way down the street. shooting.
According to the “Daily Mail” report on November 3, the police immediately pursued the hunt and ordered the area to be sealed off.
Javasis ran to his residence, shot in the parking lot outside his residence, hit a TV reporter in the foot and attacked a passerby.
The injured reporter Tivakorn Kitmani said, “I saw him shooting, so I jumped to the ground, but a bullet hit my foot.”
Another passerby said, “At the time, I was waiting outside the building.
The foreign man slapped me. Then he threatened me with a gun at my sister’s forehead, and then he shot me in the air.”
According to reports, Javasis has been staying in Thailand as a tourist during the epidemic lockdown, and he has locked himself in his room.
Dozens of armed police surrounded the apartment and tried to negotiate with the gunman.
However, when the police broke the door of his room at 3 AM, Javasis was found dead from a gunshot wound to the head.
Police Colonel Hemarin Fitzmai said that when the police and an interpreter tried to negotiate with the American man, he refused to meet them.
The police officer said that Javasis may have committed suicide after realizing that there was no way to escape.
According to the report, the motives of Javasis’ crime are still unclear.
However, the police said that Javasis had a history of drug abuse.
According to reports, he has a Thai wife, but after he threatened her with a knife, the two have separated.