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A 19-year-old Mongrel Mob member was allegedly ordered to kill a Hell's Angels gang member by an older colleague, police say.
The Hell's Angel motorcyclist shot in the back at close range in February was targeted in a alleged murder attempt by Mongrel Mob members.
Police raiding houses in Hawke's Bay this morning arrested a 26-year-old Mob member and charged him with attempted murder.
The man allegedly ordered a 19-year-old Central Hawke's Bay youth to shoot the Hell's Angel rival, as the teenager and gang members followed the man.
The 29-year-old patched gang member was shot at close range as he rode his motorcycle on SH2 near Poukawa on February 29.
The Hell's Angel member rode to a nearby farm house to get help after the shooting at 11pm.
He spent more than two weeks in Hawke's Bay Hospital. Detective Inspector Sam Aberahama said investigations into the attempted murder were continuing with more arrests expected.
Police searched 10 homes in Flaxmere, Hastings, Napier and Central Hawke's Bay in the early morning sting arresting seven Mongrel Mob members.
The men will appear in Hastings District Court today:
* Five have been charged with defeating the course of justice relating to a semi-automatic firearm found in a Mongrel Mob house in November;
* One has been charged with unlawful possession of the semi-automatic firearm;
* Five have been charged with conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm;
* One has been charged with conspiracy to pervert the cause of justice after the shooting; and
* One has been charged with attempted murder.
The conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm relates to an alleged drive-by shooting in Dannevirke on February 18.
Mongrel Mob members allegedly smashed three cars outside a Black Power party about 9.30pm on February 17. Hawke's Bay Today understands the gang was having a party at an associate's home as one member was appearing in court to be sentenced on Monday. The next day police were called after four shots were fired at the home about 1.30pm.
Mr Aberahama said police were encouraging the public to break the gang's silence.
"After committing crimes these gang members think nothing of going to any extent to later try to cover their tracks."
Mr Aberahama said police had spoken to gang associates and the public.
"Some of these people have had enough ... and have been prepared to speak out."