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‘Hells Angels’ Feature Rides Over To Writer-Producer Rob Weiss

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Mongol motorcycle gang member charged over headbutt outside city nightclub

A MONGOL motorcycle gang member will face court for allegedly headbutting a patron outside a city nightclub.

Serious and Organised Crime Branch officers arrested the man earlier this month over the over the alleged incident at about 1.20am on May 12.

The Moana man, 25, was charged with affray and barred from entering licensed premises in the CBD for six months.

He has been bailed to appear in the Christies Beach Magistrates Court on June 24.

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Police ready to use new bikie laws

Police ready to use new bikie laws

The West Australian Picture: Ben Crabtree/The West Australian

 

 

WA Police have selected the first target organisation of landmark anti-association laws designed to "crack the back" of bikie gangs.

Legal and law enforcement communities have been keenly awaiting the first application under the Criminal Organisation Control Act, which passed Parliament in November 2012 and took a further year to proclaim.

Deputy Police Commissioner Stephen Brown yesterday told a parliamentary Budget estimates hearing that a dedicated unit headed by an inspector had begun operations.

"We have identified a candidate or a target to pursue under the auspices of this legislation as the initial piece of work that we do," he said.

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Hells Angel bikie in custody, partner released on bail over drug charges

A HELLS Angels bikie has been held in custody but his girlfriend was released on bail after they were both charged with drug trafficking.

Hussain Alzuain, 28, and Ella Kate Major, 24, are both yet to plead to trafficking in a controlled drug after police pulled over a car near their Ferryden Park home about 2.30pm on Monday .

Prosecutors today told the Adelaide Magistrates Court they did not oppose Ms Major being released on bail.

The charges relate to the seizure of more than 30g of methamphetamine and cash that was allegedly found in the car.

Police have further alleged they also found a small amount of illicit drugs and items connected to drug trafficking at their home.

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Balkin Bandidos’ bikies visit murder suspect mate in his Serbian hideaway

A BIKIE wanted for questioning over a murder, and who has eluded crime-fighters for two years after fleeing Australia, has managed to catch up with his Bandidos’ buddies while holed-up in Serbia.

It can also be revealed Bogdan Cuic flew to Thailand a day after the 2012 shooting of Jack Lee, 22, spending a week’s “vacation” in the known Bandidos’ playground before taking refuge in his family homeland.

Fellow “Balkan Bandidos” from the Brisbane Centro chapter shortly after retraced Cuic’s steps to Thailand then on to Serbia, where police believe they spent time with him.

Homicide squad Detective Superintendent Steve Holahan said police believed a number of Cuic’s relatives and friends “would know where he is and would be in contact with him’’.

Detectives looking to pinpoint Cuic’s whereabouts rely on co-operation from counterparts in the Australian Federal Police and in Serbia, a country with whom Australia has no extradition treaty.

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Rebels Motorcycle Club rolls into Bendigo

May 18, 2014, 8:54 a.m.

FILE PHOTO: Members of the Rebels Motorcycle Club in Harcourt last year. Picture: JULIE HOUGH

FILE PHOTO: Members of the Rebels Motorcycle Club in Harcourt last year. Picture: JULIE HOUGH

 

TWO hundred members of the Rebels Motorcycle Club rolled into Bendigo at the weekend. 

Bendigo Police Sergeant Mark Bell said the club had caused no problems. 

"They drove along Barnard Street and there was a minor traffic accident," he said. 

"They didn't cause any dramas.

"We went down to check that everything was okay and they moved on." 

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Finger tattoos gave wanted Hells Angel away to alert Mountie

~~San Diego club member ordered deported from Canada to face U.S. charges~~

It was his tattoos that gave American Hells Angel and fugitive Troy Andrew Scholder away.

An alert Mountie noticed H-A-M-C across the fingers of his right hand, for Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, and D-A-G-O across the left, for the San Diego chapter.

Scholder, 33, was caught during a routine traffic stop near Langley’s Willowbrook mall on May 8.

He said he had arrived in Canada on May 6, despite being on the lam since August 2011. And he told the RCMP that he had hitchhiked here and crossed the border without identification documents while sleeping on the back seat of a stranger’s car.

On Friday, Immigration Board member Laura Ko ordered Scholder deported and told him he was inadmissible to re-enter Canada because of his own criminal history and because the San Diego Hells Angels qualified as a criminal organization under Canadian immigration laws.

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Rival gangs band together to cook up drugs

Rival motorcycle gangs are working together to cook and supply millions of dollars worth of methamphetamine across the country.

  • Money and jewellery from Head Hunters in previous raid. (Source: ONE News)
    Money and jewellery from Head Hunters in previous raid. - Source: ONE News

Police believe they have uncovered a partnership between the Red Devils and the Head Hunters during a major organised crime investigation dubbed Operation Genoa. Investigators have also seized a custom-made mobile meth lab near Auckland, which they believe was being used by rival gangs to manufacture and supply drugs.

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SA court orders Peter John Richardson stand trial over the murder of bikie son Kayne Cluse

THE identity of a man accused of murdering the son of a high-ranking outlaw motorcycle gang member can now be revealed, and he has been ordered to stand trial.

Peter John Richardson, 51, of Parafield Gardens, appeared in the Adelaide Magistrates Court today by video link.

He pleaded not guilty to having murdered Kayne Cluse on January 8 during an alleged incident at Richardson’s home.

Mr Cluse — the son of a senior member of the NT chapter of the Hells Angels — died from his injuries soon after he was driven to the Lyell McEwen Hospital .

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Comanchero boss to stand trial again

The Comanchero bikie boss who was jailed for murdering a man at Sydney Airport in 2009 will stand trial again after his appeal was upheld.

Mahmoud 'Mick' Hawi was found guilty in 2011 of murdering 29-year-old Anthony Zervas at the airport in March 2009.

Mr Zervas, who was the brother of a Hells Angels member, died after being hit by a bollard when members of the two bikie gangs began brawling inside the airport.

Mahmoud 'Mick' Hawi was found guilty in 2011 of affray and of murdering 29-year-old Anthony Zervas at the airport in March 2009.

Mr Zervas, who was the brother of Hells Angels member Peter Zervas, died after being hit by a bollard when members of the two bikie gangs began brawling inside the airport.

Hawi was the only bikie convicted of Mr Zervas's murder, while 10 other Comancheros and two Hells Angels members either pleaded or were found guilty of charges.

Hawi was jailed for at least 21 years in 2012.

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