Man charged with murder over 'extremely violent' killing of Hells Angels bikie - just months before he was due to face court

  • Adelaide man David John Norris, 39, was 'extremely violently killed' Sunday
  • The Hells Angels bikie's body was discovered at an industrial site in Salisbury
  • A 39-year-old Kadina man was charged over his murder on Monday
  • He remains in custody and is expected to front court Tuesday via video-link
 

A man has been charged after the body of a Hells Angels bikie was discovered at an Adelaide truck yard.

South Australian Police said David John Norris was 'extremely violently killed,' after they were called to the Fisher Street business around 6.20pm Sunday.

A 39-year-old Kadina man has been charged over the 39-year-old's murder, according to The Advertiser.

Hells Angel Bikie David John Norris (pictured left) was 'extremely violently killed' Sunday, with police discovering his body after they were called to an Adelaide business
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Hells Angel Bikie David John Norris (pictured left) was 'extremely violently killed' Sunday, with police discovering his body after they were called to an Adelaide business

A friend reportedly discovered Mr Norris' body inside a shed at the industrial site, which had been used by Mr Norris for his tip-truck business.

A joint investigation was launched following his death, with police arresting a man on Monday.

He is not a member of any gang but he is extremely well known to law enforcement in this state,' Detective Superintendent Des Bray said.

Police charged the man with murder and he is expected to remain in custody before appearing in court via video link Tuesday.

A friend reportedly discovered Mr Norris' body inside a shed at the industrial site on Fisher Street in Salisbury (pictured)
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A friend reportedly discovered Mr Norris' body inside a shed at the industrial site on Fisher Street in Salisbury (pictured)

A joint investigation was launched following his death, with police arresting a man on Monday, who has been charged with murder and will front court Tuesday
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A joint investigation was launched following his death, with police arresting a man on Monday, who has been charged with murder and will front court Tuesday

Three other men were interviewed over the incident but were later released without charge.

A wallet, cash and two vehicles were among the items seized from the crime scene as evidence.

Norris had was arrested in 2014 for alleged drug trafficking and unlawful possession, and was due to stand trial in Adelaide District Court next year, Nine News reports. 

Investigations are ongoing with police stating there was a possibility of further arrests.

 
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