Police have arrested 54 individuals as a part of a significant police operation over 4 nights concentrating on the state’s worst avenue gangs.
The crackdown, named ‘Operation Alliance’, linked police from Brimbank, Wyndham and Melbourne final weekend and resulted within the arrest of 54 individuals for offences together with housebreaking, automobile theft, weapons possession, theft and unlicensed driving.
The operation completed on Tuesday morning.
More than 50 in danger younger individuals – comparable to siblings or associates of significant offenders – have been additionally linked to assist companies as a part of the operation.
Of these arrested, 24 have been aged 25 and underneath and had hyperlinks to avenue gangs, in response to police, whereas an extra 30 adults have been taken into custody with hyperlinks to avenue gangs or severe violent crime.
Over 300 “persons of interest” have been additionally questioned which, police say, “led to greater intelligence holdings to assist future investigations”.
Of the 100 bail compliance checks carried out by police over the 4 days, there have been 45 breaches.
Police additionally consider they disrupted a deliberate brawl between youths within the Brimbank space saturating the deliberate combat location and surrounding native roads, public transport hubs and parks with officers.