Woman sentenced for Red Devils arson attack

Last updated 08:32 25/01/2013

Relevant offers

A Nelson woman who tried setting fire to a building belonging to the Red Devils motorbike club has been convicted and sentenced to 200 hours' community work, and ordered to pay $150 reparation.

The woman, who was given final name suppression, admitted in the Nelson District Court on Wednesday a charge on January 4 of intentional damage by setting fire to a garage which belonged to the club.

Judge Ian Mill also suppressed particulars of the case that would lead to her being identified.

Ad Feedback

- © Fairfax NZ News

Special offers
Opinion poll

Should Tasman District Council contribute to the running costs of a bus service that runs through Richmond?

Yes - It should support a service that benefits its region

No - Nelson City Council should pay for its own projects

Dont' know/don't care

Vote Result

Related story: (See story)

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content