Four teenage 'nuisance motorcyclists' arrested in Gravesend

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Teenage "nuisance motorcyclists" arrested in Gravesend

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Four teenage boys have been arrested after officers responded to reports of nuisance motorcyclists in Gravesend on Sunday (June 1).

The police helicopter assisted officers searching on the ground near Valley Drive.

A 17-year-old boy from Gravesend was arrested on suspicion of theft of a motor vehicle.

A 15-year-old boy from Dartford and two 17-year-old boys from Gravesend were arrested on suspicion of theft of a motor vehicle and taking a motor vehicle without consent.

They all remain in custody.

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12:06pm Mon 2 Jun 14

The Droid says...

Excellent police work.. I saw the helicopter buzzing around for a good hour over Kings Farm and surrounding. Its about time these idiots were arrested and stopped they have plagued the area for months.
Luck runs out eventually at least it was by being arrested and not death becuase of the way they raced around
Excellent police work.. I saw the helicopter buzzing around for a good hour over Kings Farm and surrounding. Its about time these idiots were arrested and stopped they have plagued the area for months. Luck runs out eventually at least it was by being arrested and not death becuase of the way they raced around The Droid
  • Score: 13

12:59pm Mon 2 Jun 14

sarfflondonbird says...

Theirs is not the only area plagued by these biking idiots.
We have a group of sewing machines that buzz up and down the main road here especially during school leaving time. Often wonder whether they think they are making an impression of the ferals that come out of the school at the time (probably). Not only do they seem and look ridiculous, but they are a danger to the law abiding parents and their toddlers/infant/juni
or children coming out of the school next door. You see the police patrolling along in their vehicles but do you see them make any stops or arrests? You can bet your life you dont.
Theirs is not the only area plagued by these biking idiots. We have a group of sewing machines that buzz up and down the main road here especially during school leaving time. Often wonder whether they think they are making an impression of the ferals that come out of the school at the time (probably). Not only do they seem and look ridiculous, but they are a danger to the law abiding parents and their toddlers/infant/juni or children coming out of the school next door. You see the police patrolling along in their vehicles but do you see them make any stops or arrests? You can bet your life you dont. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 10

1:04pm Mon 2 Jun 14

PoppyGreenLeaf says...

Unless they are speeding or riding dangerously then there is very little Plod can do. Could you imagine the outcry if the police stopped the little angels and they turned out to be Gypsy/Ethnic origin/alien/chav then the police would end up with "is it cos im...." being thrown in their face.
Unless they are speeding or riding dangerously then there is very little Plod can do. Could you imagine the outcry if the police stopped the little angels and they turned out to be Gypsy/Ethnic origin/alien/chav then the police would end up with "is it cos im...." being thrown in their face. PoppyGreenLeaf
  • Score: 10

5:15pm Tue 3 Jun 14

The Droid says...

Pictures of the idiots mates doing exactly the same are starting to circulate on twitter (@kent_999s), goes to show the police have alot more work to do with this lot!
Pictures of the idiots mates doing exactly the same are starting to circulate on twitter (@kent_999s), goes to show the police have alot more work to do with this lot! The Droid
  • Score: 1

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