A notorious gang has given the meth dealers in its Waikato town 24 hours to leave – and they say they’ll only ask nicely the first time.Tribal Huk gang leader Jamie Pink delivered the ultimatum to drug dealers in Ngaruawahia last night.
Pink said the deadline ended at 6.30pm today and after asking once – visits would begin to those who hadn’t gone – Fairfax reported.
He’s previously used violence to shut down meth dealers after his daughter – a young teenager at the time – and her friends were offered the drug in 2007 – it was reported.
He told a community meeting in the town: ‘For a lot of years the Huks have kept a lot of other gangs out of here in Ngaruawahia and we are always going to do that – but we haven’t kept their poison out of here.
We are a bit sorry about that.
‘From this second on – without disrespecting – we know who they are – some of them are whanau – but they’ve got to go.
They have 24 hours to stop.
We ask nicely first – then they’ve got to go.
We’ve got no choice.
The kids are asking for it.
They’ll be asked nicely the first time’.
Pink has openly admitted assaulting people in the past – and serving time for it – and has no problem explaining what would happen to a rival gang if they stepped foot in Ngaruawahia.
‘We’ll attack them.
We’ll attack them in the main street.
Anywhere they stop’ he told SBS last night.