Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Three more charges have been laid against a Rebels motorcycle gang member who already faced a charge of possessing methamphetamine for supply


Bernard Monk, 32, of Whangarei Heads, was again remanded in custody to re-appear in the Whangarei District Court for a bail application on July 1.

He was charged with possessing methamphetamine for supply, possessing precursor substances and resisting police when he first appeared in court on May 25.

Three more charges - possessing P for supply, assaulting police and wilfully obstructing/resisting/deceiving an officer were laid yesterday.

Possession of methamphetamine for supply, which is a class A drug, carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment. Monk entered no plea and was bailed to appear in Whangarei District Court on June 16.

Two others, Warren Henwood and Nicholas Nordstrand, who face similar charges, were remanded in custody and will also re-appear for a bail hearing on July 1.

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