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'Serial hoon' filmed mowing down a spectator at illegal car meet arrested

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An alleged serial hoon who was filmed mowing down a spectator at an illegal car meet in Melbourne has been arrested.

The P-plater is accused of striking a man when his Holden Commodore spun out of control at the gathering in Derrimut last month.

The 19-year-old smirked as he was marched from his Tarneit home before dawn, telling 9News "it is what it is".

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Exclusive video of the event shows the victim disappear into a cloud of smoke.

Police believe he would have suffered catastrophic injuries, but he has not identified himself.

Officers from Victoria Police's anti-hoon taskforce, Operation Achilles, raided the alleged driver's home this morning at 5am.

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They seized his car, a light blue silver Commodore at a nearby factory.

He is facing a decade behind bars, charged with multiple offences including reckless conduct endangering life and serious injury, careless driving and driving in a dangerous manner.

The man has been bailed to appear at Sunshine Magistrates' Court in December.





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