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Tribal Huk gang boss denies weapon charges

NZ Newswire logoNZ Newswire 7/12/2016 Sean Martin

<span style="font-size:13px;">Ngaruawahia's Tribal Huk gang leader Jamie Pink has denied weapons charges laid against him since he declare war on P dealers in the Waikato town.</span> © Getty Ngaruawahia's Tribal Huk gang leader Jamie Pink has denied weapons charges laid against him since he declare war on P dealers in the Waikato town. A gang leader at the centre of a war on P in Ngaruawahia has pleaded not guilty to the charges of possessing an offensive weapon and firearms charges.

Jamie Allan Pink appeared in Hamilton District Court on Wednesday after was arrested in October when police confiscated his bullet-riddled SUV which allegedly contained two sawn-off shotguns.

The 45 year-old Tribal Huk leader claimed he was shot in the face and lost his right eye in a backlash attack after he demanded all meth dealers leave town.

Last month he was again arrested by police after he was pulled over in Hamilton where they found a studded baseball bat in the car he was driving.

Pink who has been wearing an eye patch since the incident has elected to face trial by jury.

He was remanded on bail to reappear in court on March 7.

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