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    What’s up with Christchurch?

    I mean I did see the news about the 200 tickets handed out to civic “racers” but damn this is on another level

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/a...ectid=12183664

    Almost all the most wanted convicts by police are from around the Christchurch area

    Most looks high as **** in their photos

    What’s going on down there

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    NZ's most wanted, meaning they can't find them. Does it mean CHCH is the worst city or they have the worst police force?

    Or maybe the ratio of most wanted is tilted because their scumbaggery is just normal behavior up north. Makes you think.

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    Wee bit of a meth problem.

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    WeenieBeenie wrote:
    NZ's most wanted, meaning they can't find them. Does it mean CHCH is the worst city or they have the worst police force?

    Or maybe the ratio of most wanted is tilted because their scumbaggery is just normal behavior up north. Makes you think.
    I’m leaning towards the scientific theory that Christchurch is the new Hamilton

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    frio wrote:
    Wee bit of a meth problem.
    And cops openly don't wanna spend money to solve it.

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    Trauma from the earthquakes translating into a higher than average rate of drug abuse and other associated crimes?

    Also started off as Christchurch which didn't help

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    Used to be the heroin capital of NZ too. Christchurch is a weird place.

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    even before the quakes it was known as Crimechurch, home of the National Front

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    Can confirm, city is garbage.

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    On the plus side, you can afford to buy a house in crimechurch.

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    Lol @ the national front. It was a racist boy scouts club at best. It was a great day when Wellington locals kicked their asses.

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    Mutton wrote:
    It was a great day when Wellington* locals kicked their asses.
    *NZ’s best city.

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    gneiss wrote:
    *NZ’s best city.
    Just ask them

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    gneiss wrote:
    *NZ’s best city.
    It was close to the best city that day.

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    JC wrote:
    Trauma from the earthquakes translating into a higher than average rate of drug abuse and other associated crimes?

    Also started off as Christchurch which didn't help
    Was feral before the quakes.

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    Meth and a lack of Police to deal with it are the main problem.

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    SirGrim wrote:
    Most looks high as **** in their photos
    Which one is ED?

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    Galent wrote:
    I'd love to see a 'where are they now?' follow up to this episode.

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    zippy wrote:
    I'd love to see a 'where are they now?' follow up to this episode.
    Happily administering NZ's largest gaming specific online community

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    JC wrote:
    Happily administering NZ's largest gaming specific online community
    single mums playing facebook games?

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    JC wrote:
    Happily administering NZ's largest gaming specific online community
    ****ing lol

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    HELL KNIGHT wrote:
    Meth and a lack of Police to deal with it are the main problem.
    Partly because the police are wasting their resources on trying to bust people like me with cannabis which is waste of time because it will soon become legal anyway.

    And as for Christchurch or Hamilton its not as bad as South Auckland, there's always gun violence in South Auckland.
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/a...ectid=12160360
    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/crime/new...ectid=12184057

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    tfw you think the police are the right people to stop meth

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    Not for getting the people taking it to stop, but the crime caused because of it.

    I helped the Police to get rid of a neighbour doing it and helped the other agencies who were trying to protect her baby from being exposed to such a environment.