Two high ranking Nomads bikie gang members arrested for 'trafficking of $750,000 worth of MDMA'

  • Two members, one high ranking, of Nomads bikie gang arrested this week
  • The high ranking member, 58, was extradited to NSW on Saturday
  • Pair were charged over alleged freighting of $750,000 worth of MDMA
  • The drugs allegedly were sent from Darwin to Sydney 
 

Two members of the notorious Nomads bikie gang have been charged with trafficking $750,000 worth of MDMA.

Based on a tip-off, police from the State Crime Command’s Gangs Squad intercepted a freight package from Darwin to Sydney allegedly carrying three kilograms of MDMA.

A 58-year-old man was arrested at Darwin River in the Northern Territory, about 5pm on Thursday.

 

The man is a high ranking member of the Nomads OMCG from Newcastle. He was charged with supplying a large commercial quantity of drug and extradited to NSW.

He has been refused bail to appear at Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday.

A second man, also a member of Nomads OMCG, was arrested by Gangs Squad detectives at a storage facility at Villawood about 2.45pm on Friday.

 

The man, 23, was taken to Bankstown Police Station and charged with supplying a large commercial quantity of drug.

He was refused bail and appeared at Parramatta Bail Court today.

Investigations into the alleged drug trafficking are continuing.

 
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