April 28, 2018

Supreme Court enforces strict new curfew for feuding Finks and Nomads bikie gangs following series of tit-for-tat attacks in violent turf war

The Supreme court has implemented strict conditions on two bikie gangs
  • The Finks and Nomads have been feuding in the hunter region since 2016 
  • Gang members won't be able to travel in cars after 9pm or talk to each other 
  • The conflict has escalated recently with assaults and drive-by shootings 

  • A serious crime prevention order that restricts gang members movements and freedoms has be implemented in an attempt to end the violent turf war between feuding bikie gangs in the Hunter region.

    The order is the first of it's kind in NSW and will mean that ten members of the feuding Finks and Nomads bikies gangs will have to abide by strict rules for the next twelve months.

    Included in the conditions are restrictions on travel and communication. Members will not be allowed to be in a vehicle after 9pm or communicate with other people in their gangs, The Daily Telegraph (link is external) has reported.


    Members of the Nomads (pictured) have been feuding with the Finks since 2016 
     The Supreme court has implemented strict conditions on two bikie gangs including rules that restrict them travelling after 9pm in a vehicle and talking to other members of their groups
     
    The Supreme court has implemented strict conditions on two bikie gangs including rules that restrict them travelling after 9pm in a vehicle and talking to other members of their Groups. The tough orders, were handed down today in the Supreme Court to protect the public and put a stop to the violence.

    The conflict between the rival groups has escalated since 2016 and has involved assaults, firebombings, drive-by shootings and attacks on family members. Membership in the two groups has risen in 2018 as they battle for supremacy in the region.

    Gangs Squad boss Detective Superintendent Deb Wallace said she welcomed the new measures as police are tasked with the difficult job of ending the violence.
    'I'm very pleased with the outcome of thee proceedings,' she said outside court.

    At the beginning of April, 31 properties between Muswellbrook and Newcastle were targeted in a series of police raids against the alleged gang members.
     
    Members of the Newcastle Finks chapter pose in their MC colours. The conflict has involved assaults, firebombings, drive-by shootings and attacks on family members
    Members of the Newcastle Finks chapter pose in their MC colours. The conflict has involved assaults, firebombings, drive-by shootings and attacks on family members.

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