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Two American Citizens Arrested

New Zealand Police APEC Special Ops

Two American citizens were arrested by police today and charged with Offensive Behaviour following a protest on Queen Street in Auckland.

The pair, a male aged 50 and a female aged 62, are due to appear in the Auckland District Court on Tuesday the 14th of September.

Two children aged 12 and 14 were also warned by police for having an offensive sign at the protest. The sign was seized by police.

A 21-year-old Swiss man was also arrested for Wilful Damage to a sign on Mayoral Drive in Auckland.

He is due to appear in the Auckland District Court on Monday the 13th of September.

No further details are available as the matters are now before the court.
New Zealand Police APEC Special Ops

Two American citizens were arrested by police today and charged with Offensive Behaviour following a protest on Queen Street in Auckland.

The pair, a male aged 50 and a female aged 62, are due to appear in the Auckland District Court on Tuesday the 14th of September.

Two children aged 12 and 14 were also warned by police for having an offensive sign at the protest. The sign was seized by police.

A 21-year-old Swiss man was also arrested for Wilful Damage to a sign on Mayoral Drive in Auckland.

He is due to appear in the Auckland District Court on Monday the 13th of September.

No further details are available as the matters are now before the court.

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