Thursday, 12 April 2018

Turf War: Hunter Bikie Boss Tells Police "I'm Over It"

BY IAN CROUCH

The state president of the Finks bikie gang has told police he's over the turf war which has gripped the Hunter in recent months.

Fairfax reports Andrew Manners made the blunt assessment to police during a phone call from Goulburn Gaol.

He's asked detectives to set up a meeting with the "big boss" of the Nomads in a bid to end the bitter dispute.

The bikie boss's Chisholm home was targeted in a drive-by shooting last month, with the house sprayed with bullets while his partner and her daughter were inside. Manners had been arrested a week before the attack.

The Police Commissioner is applying to the Supreme Court for a Serious Crime Prevention Order on ten members of the Finks and Nomads - both clubs have opposed the orders in court.

Police argue the orders are necessary to protect the public.


Officers From Strike Force Raptor Have Been Closing Down Bikie Gang Clubhouses Across The Hunter. Picture: Facebook


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