Australia Teen arrested for hooning after hundreds of cars gather at Springvale car meet

14:20  20 january  2020
14:20  20 january  2020 Source:   theage.com.au

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Officers say two teens were arrested last night for throwing rocks and bottles at police vehicles. An event at the same recreation center drew a large police presence on July 17th, when hundreds of teens gathered and reportedly jumped on top of cars , threw glass bottles and surrounded officers’

Video shows the car narrowly miss another vehicle in Springvale . Five vehicles were impounded and there were multiple arrests . The incident comes after police officers had to shut down a bushfire fundraiser car meet because they feared for A hoon skidded right in front of police at the gathering .

A teenage boy has been arrested following alleged hoon activity at a Melbourne car meet that attracted up to 400 vehicles on Friday.

Police have arrested a 17-year-old in relation to alleged hoon activity.© Nine News Police have arrested a 17-year-old in relation to alleged hoon activity. Police arrived at the corner of Smith Road and the Princes Highway in Springvale about 10.30pm after multiple calls relating to a significant gathering of cars.

Officers attempted to move on sections of the crowd, arresting several people who refused to follow their directions.

Five vehicles were impounded and a number of drivers were processed for offences, including driving while disqualified, exceed prescribed concentration of alcohol, and failure to obey red light.

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On Monday police executed a search warrant in Bayswater North and arrested a 17-year-old boy. He is currently being interviewed in relation to conduct endangering life.

Video from the event shows a hoon fly through an intersection and narrowly miss an oncoming vehicle.

Inspector Paul Cripps said the event had diverted police resources from where they were needed most.

"They think they are untouchable, and it's sad," Mr Cripps said.

"We have a lot of police resources down at the bushfires, that we have to redeploy resources because people are being selfish and want to do dangerous things."

Police said vision captured by officers wearing body cameras during the event would assist in follow- up investigations and potentially lead to further charges.

Investigators want to identify the driver of a silver sedan seen travelling south east on Princes Highway over Browns Road about 11.30pm.

Anyone with information should phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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