A police spokeswoman said that during the Unforgotten Car Club event, police issued more than 180 traffic infringements and afterwards launched investigations into videos, supplied by the public and the media, showing allegedly dangerous driving.
The 19-year-old Kenwick man was charged with reckless driving, and had his Holden Commodore ute impounded.
A 19-year-old Bicton man was charged with creating excessive smoke and/or noise and had his Mitsubishi Mirage impounded.
A 21-year-old Mirrabooka man was charged with reckless driving and had his Commodore impounded.
All will be summonsed to appear in court on as-yet undetermined dates.
‘Inquiries into other vehicles involved in dangerous driving behaviour are continuing, and we urge members of the public who have information or video footage of such activity to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000,’ the spokeswoman said.
Report hooning on 131 444.