A former policewoman was found guilty of fraud and sentenced to 1,860 years in prison on Wednesday by the Bangkok Criminal Court.
The sentence occurred because she committed numerous offences. However, the sentences were combined, and reduced to 50 years in prison, the maximum sentence now allowed under the law.
Chanthima Petchthanorm, 44, forged signatures on 372 occasions from October 1994 to June 1998, swindling 394,639 baht, while she was working as an officier in the financial division, responsible for pension payment at the Royal Thai Police.
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