Prison for man who shot three people in Auckland CBD, including Jay-Jay Feeney’s brotherPosted by On


Poull Andersen and two others were injured in the shooting on Fort St, Auckland, in March 2022. Photo / Supplied

A man with gang ties who wounded three people with a single shot from a homemade firearm outside a central Auckland kebab shop – including business owner Poull Andersen, the brother of well-known radio personality Jay-Jay Feeney – has been sentenced to prison.

The defendant, now 20 and with continuing interim name suppression, appeared before Judge Kathryn Maxwell in Auckland District Court this morning as she mused over his unusually substantive criminal history for someone so young.

He has spent some of his time since the March 5, 2022, shooting remanded in a maximum security jail cell, where he has at times spent 23 hours per day in lockdown.

“You have to take some responsibility, though, of course, for that difficulty on remand,” the judge said, blaming the difficult conditions on “how you are acting in prison”.

The defendant was ordered to serve a sentence of five years and seven months for three counts of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm with a firearm and a concurrent six-month sentence for receiving $1700 worth of stolen goods as the result of an unrelated road rage incident.

He was 18 when arrested last year for the shooting, which took place around 2am on a Saturday on central Auckland’s Fort St, where some businesses catering to the nightclub scene remained open.

Court documents state the teen…

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