Rebels OMCG member charged with firearms and drug offences (video)

(video)--Rebels outlaw motorcycle gang member, Tyson Akosfalvi, has been charged after drugs and a pistol were allegedly seized from his car.

About 6.45pm yesterday on Wednesday September 21, highway patrol officers from the gangs squad’s Strike Force Raptor stopped a Holden Colorado ute near the corner of the Cumberland Highway and Cabramatta Road, Cabramatta.

Following a search of the ute, police allege they located and seized a semiautomatic pistol, a loaded magazine, and a substance, believed to be ‘ice’, in a hidden compartment.

The vehicle was also seized for forensic examination.

Rebels member wearing distinctive colours

Mr Akosflavi, 25, from Cabramatta was arrested and taken to Cabramatta Police Station.

A short time later, investigators from the State Crime Command’s Firearms Squad were granted and executed a search warrant at a home unit on Bold Street Cabramatta.

Officers located and seized steroids and a residue of a substance, believed to be ‘ice’.

The man was subsequently charged with possess unauthorised firearm, possess prohibited weapon, possess ammunition, not keep firearm safely, and supply prohibited drug.

He was refused bail to appear at Liverpool Local Court today, Thursday September 22 where his bail was formally refused to appear before Cambeltown Court on November 16.

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