Thomas Nilsson, manager of Thai Hem also known as DNTS Construction, says he is shocked at the arrest and accusations against his former employee Kim Roger Eriksson, who he describes as both friendly and sincere.
The Swedish drug manufacturer suspect Kim Roger Eriksson worked as construction manager in the Swedish-Thai company Thai Hem, which sells and builds dream houses for Scandinavians in Thailand, until January this year according to his former boss Thomas Nilsson.
Thomas Nilsson says that he heard about Kim’s current situation in the media and from local Thais. He had then informed Kim’s parents in Sweden, where he himself is also currently staying.
He also tells that the arrest and the accusations against Kim came as big shock for everyone – friends, parents, and neighbours. And he had not any clue that this would come up.
Kim’s former boss describe him as “Sincere, nice, a good listener, friendly and outgoing but at the same time little bit shy.”
The former Thai Hem employee is suspected of manufacturing the illegal drug “Ice” at his home in Rayong and will be in custody at the Klong Prem prison in Bangkok for initially the next 12 days, while the Thai police investigates his case.