A large gang funeral procession involving more than 100 motorcycles and 150 vehicles, caused disruption to the local North Shore community on November 7. Since then, more than 200 infringement notices have been issued, with Inspector Simon Walker, Waitematā East Acting Area Commander, stating that police have been making follow-up inquiries after receiving more than 40 complaints around dangerous driving. Walker reported, “To date, two motorcycles and a car have been impounded by police and our enquiries are continuing to locate and impound others.” Police wanted to acknowledge the North Shore community’s concern around the driving behaviour.
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