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Panga boats aren't classified as anything more than fishing vessels, but they're efficient, low-profile, under-the-radar beasts people are using to sneak farther and farther north along the Pacific Coast in search of new beaches to storm with
The weapons were seized from more than 30 properties as part of a blitz on breaches of firearm licensing laws. During the raids police also found a pen gun and starter pistol. Assistant Commissioner Stephen Fontana said long-arm weapons and revolvers
Hamilton Police uncover guns and drugs in random vehicle stop NZ Police, Fuseworks August 16, 2012, 5:18 pm Hamilton Police are crediting the prevention value of theiranywhere any time approach to stopping vehicles after the occupantsof a car stopped
NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione issued the warning after four members and associates of the Hells Angels and Nomads outlaw motorcycle gangs were charged on Thursday with various firearms and drugs offences. Strike Force Kinnarra has been
If raids by Echo Taskforce detectives on the Hells Angels' clubhouse in Alphington today are anything to go by, it's certainly not fine European wine or boutique beers. Police seized thousands of dollars worth of alcohol from the Heidelberg Road
Sydney's west believed to be linked to a bikie war have charged an associate of the Hells Angels. Strike Force Kinnarra was established in April to clamp down on bikie-related crime following five shootings on properties at Merrylands, Baulkham Hills,
Louis police officer has been sentenced to nearly four years in federal prison for his involvement in an outlaw biker gang.Norman "Justice" Vick pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge in February and was sentenced Tuesday in U.S...
43 The first person jailed under New South Wales new consorting laws has withdrawn his guilty plea. Charlie Foster was sentenced to up to 12 months in jail in June for consorting with three friends in the town of Inverell in northern New South Wales.
Bandidos serjeant-at-arms Toby Mitchell and two other men today pleaded not guilty to a string of charges relating to a brawl that broke out in King Street bar Centrefold Lounge about 7am on October 24, 2010. Mitchell, 37, and co-accused Savvacis
Victoria in less than a month as part of a crackdown on crime linked to outlaw motorcycle gangs. Detectives on Friday raided the Comanchero clubhouse in Williamstown, in Melbourne's inner west, and questioned a 42-year-old man. Police said the