Mob street makeover brings buyers

Mar 6, 2015 | News

A street that was once notorious as a Mongrel Mob stronghold is now turning into a middle-class dream.

Farmer Cres in Taita, Lower Hutt, and its surrounding area, was once known for all the wrong reasons. In early 2009, Mob members were accused of terrorising a single mother into leaving her home. The charges were later dropped.

Housing NZ battled in court to evict three gang-linked women, spending more than $1 million on the case before eventually allowing the women to stay.

Read The Dominion Post article on Stuff here.

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