Govt adviser is accused of refusing police order

Saturday May 23, 2020 Written by Published in Crime
Terry Rangi. Terry Rangi.

Senior government adviser Terry Rangi appeared in court yesterday charged with refusing a breath alcohol or blood test.

Rangi is Corrections Minister George Angene’s chief executive.

He did not enter a plea.

The court heard that Police Commissioner Maara Tetava had requested more information on Rangi’s case. The matter was adjourned until June 4.

Police spokesperson Trevor Pitt said he could not comment on the particular case before the court. 

“But generally my advice about refusing the Police is not a risk worth taking, because you will be arrested and will need to explain to the court. I call that stupidity.”

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