A Comancheros member is still on the run after he allegedly committed serious offences including assault, participating in an organised criminal group and possession for supply of meth.
Jerome Fonua ,24, is of very large build and can be identified by his facial tattoos, which include the word Comanchero under his right eye and a diamond with 1% under his left eye.
He also has the word “Parabellum” on the right side of his forehead.
He has links across Tamaki Makaurau.
Raids which led to Fonua and others being targeted while some were arrested by Police saw some $4 million of assets seized by police, including firearms and several luxury vehicles such as a Rolls-Royce Wraith and gold-plated Harley Davidson motorcycles, NZ Herald has reported.
Fonua – along with Connor Clausen, 28, Tyson Daniels, 30, and Pasilika Naufahu, 31 – have pleaded not guilty to the charges.
During the Operation Nova raids, four Range
Rovers worth $150,000 each were seized by authorities as well as the family
home of the lawyer alleged to have laundered $2.4 million for the Comancheros
The lawyer, 40, has name suppression.
He is charged with money laundering and cocaine possession.
A $10,000 gold chain and a $13,000 Louis Vuitton bag were also seized.
Anyone who sees him should contact 111 immediately. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact Police on 09 259 0666 or you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.