February 24, 2018

Battle of the bikies: Paramedics helping man injured in crash locked themselves inside an ambulance and called the police after senior Finks outlaw 'arrived and bashed his friend' because he crashed his motorcycle

Senior Finks bikie allegedly attacked another gang member for crashing his bike
  • Jacob Nyrhinen crashed the motorcycle on the NSW south coast in August
  • As he was being treated Troy Fornaciari allegedly punched him in the head

  •   A senior Finks bikie allegedly attacked another gang member in retaliation for crashing his Harley-Davidson motorcycle. In August, bikie associate Jacob Nyrhinen crashed the motorcycle at Princes Highway on the NSW south coast before the bike's owner, heavily tattooed senior Finks member Troy Fornaciari, allegedly arrived and attacked him.

    Paramedics were attending to Nyrhinen before Fornaciari reportedly hit him repeatedly in the head, the Daily Telegraph (link is external) reported.


    Bikie associate Jacob Nyrhinen crashed the motorcycle before its owner, heavily tattooed senior Finks member Troy Fornaciari (pictured), allegedly arrived and attacked him
    Bikie associate Jacob Nyrhinen crashed the motorcycle before its owner, heavily tattooed senior Finks member Troy Fornaciari (pictured), allegedly arrived and attacked him

    A paramedic told Fornaciari 'let's worry about your mate's injuries before we worry about the bike', to which the 34-year-old bikie replied: 'F**k up c**ts, it's my f**king bike, it cost me 60 grand,' according to court documents.

    The medical officers then locked themselves inside the ambulance rather than treat Nyrhinen, who was left sprawled on the road after the crash in August.

    They pressed the duress button and waited for police to arrive.
    According to court documents, Fornaciari then punched Nyrhinen two more times with 'considerable force'. Police claim they arrived to find Fornaciari 'agitated' and 'clenching his fists' while 'pacing back and forth'.

    One of the police officers told Fornaciari to leave the area, to which the bikie allegedly responded: 'Go f**k yourself you piece of s**t'.
    'Talk down to me, you c**t, if you think I have any fear of you you're f**king dreaming,' he allegedly said.
    A paramedic told Fornaciari 'let's worry about your mate's injuries before we worry about the bike', to which the 34-year-old bikie replied: 'F**k up c**ts, it's my f**king bike, it cost me 60 grand', court documents said
    A paramedic told Fornaciari 'let's worry about your mate's injuries before we worry about the bike', to which the 34-year-old bikie replied: 'F**k up c**ts, it's my f**king bike, it cost me 60 grand', court documents said

    He then allegedly threatened the officer saying: 'It's all good and well 'til you get seen in the shopping centre or something'.' Detectives raided a unit in North Wollongong on Thursday morning following an investigation into the fight.

    They found the unit was being used as a bikie clubhouse, and seized weapons, ammunition, a stolen car and gang paraphernalia. Fornaciari and Jake William Smith, 20, were arrested. Smith has been charged with participating in a criminal group and two counts of driving while disqualified.
    Police claim they arrived to find Fornaciari 'agitated' and 'clenching his fists' while 'pacing back and forth'
    Police claim they arrived to find Fornaciari 'agitated' and 'clenching his fists' while 'pacing back and forth'

    Fornaciari has been accused of a string of offences including possessing an unauthorised pistol, intimidating police, knowingly directing the activities of criminal group, recruiting another to assist in carrying out criminal activity and supplying a prohibited drug.

    Neither man applied for bail and it was formally refused in Wollongong Local Court on Thursday.
    Fornaciari is due to reappear in the same court on March 21 while Smith will do likewise on March 13.
    Fornaciari has been accused of a string of offences including possessing an unauthorised pistol, intimidating police, and knowingly directing the activities of criminal group
    Fornaciari has been accused of a string of offences including possessing an unauthorised pistol, intimidating police, and knowingly directing the activities of criminal Group.


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