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Two arrested, four cars impounded, after tangi in Porirua

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Police arrested two people following a large tangi in Porirua yesterday. They also impounded four cars as a result of offending observed during the funeral procession.

One of the arrested people was charged with disorder. The second person had an active warrant to arrest.

Officers identified a number of other potential offences, particularly in relation to dangerous driving. They say they are not ruling out further arrests and/or vehicle seizures.

Police thank members of the public who rerported possible offending.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/126655846/police-investigating-report-person-travelled-from-auckland-to-wellington-for-gang-tangi-without-proper-documentation that the tangi for 18-year-old Rikki Enoka was attended by hundreds of people, many wearing Mongrel Mob insignia. The teenager died in a crash in Johnsonville four days ago.

They also impounded four cars as a result of offending during the funeral procession.

Officers have identified a number of other potential offences, particularly in relation to dangerous driving.

Police have impounded four cars as a result of offending observed during the procession.

Two people have been arrested to date – Police are continuing to make a number of enquiries, following a large tangi in Porirua yesterday.

Officers have identified a number of potential offences, particularly in relation to dangerous driving.

Police have impounded four cars as a result of offending observed during the procession.

Two people have been arrested to date – one person for disorder and a second person who had an active warrant to arrest.

Police are not ruling out further arrests and/or vehicle seizures.

We would like to thank all those members of the public who have been in touch to report possible offending.

The information provided by those people will form part of our enquiries.

Police are not ruling out further arrests and/or vehicle seizures.

We would like to thank all those members of the public who have been in touch to report possible offending.

The information provided by those people will form part of our enquiries.

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