The Herald reported Sunday that Jarome Fonua - arrested during a major investigation into organised crime - was being hunted by police in Auckland.
Fonua, 24, was one of a dozen people arrested in mid-April after more than 80 police officers raided several Auckland properties as part of Operation Nova - a year-long police investigation into the Comancheros gang.
Those arrested face a raft of charges relating to organised crime, money laundering and drug supply.
The raids saw some $4 million in assets seized by police, including firearms and several luxury vehicles such as a Rolls-Royce Wraith and gold-plated Harley Davidson motorcycles.
Fonua - along with Connor Clausen, 28, Tyson Daniels, 30, and Pasilika Naufahu, 31 - have pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Police announced on Facebook on Friday that a warrant had been issued for Fonua's arrest.
A spokesman confirmed this afternoon that he had been located.
He was arrested Monday morning and will appear in the High Court at Auckland on Tuesday.