Bikie enforcer kicked out of two countries in one day

Possibly with his Fink tail already firmly between his legs after being refused entry to a gang holiday in Bali, bikie enforcer Jesse Johnston got off a plane at Sydney Airport only to be met by more authorities.

This time the 22-year-old, who likes to go by the social media moniker Alphonse Fink, denied he was a member of one of the most feared bikie gangs in Australia and just wanted to head home to the Central Coast.

But, after Australian Border Force officials found clothing sporting the gang's distinct "rat Fink" emblem, Johnston was told his entry was being denied and he was deported to his native New Zealand.

Because, despite his denials, Johnston had been quickly moving through the national ranks of the Finks and, despite his age, was already the sergeant-at-arms of the gang's Newcastle chapter.

However, Johnston's double knock-back on Monday is not isolated.


Bandidos’ arrival in Tasmania is trouble-free

POLICE have reported no incidents related to the arrival of the Bandidos motorcycle gang in Tasmania.

About 30 bikies began arriving in the state on board the Spirit of Tasmania and other transport on Saturday as part of their national run later this week.

The Bandidos have scheduled activities in Tasmania until next Sunday, with a smaller group to travel to southern Tasmania on Monday and Tuesday before returning to Devonport on Wednesday.


Tasmania Police western district commander Johnathan Higgins said there had been no incidents reported.

Commander Higgins said 70 more Bandidos members would arrive in the state by Sunday morning.


Police will be on the lookout for criminal behaviour as outlaw motorcycle gang arrives

Police have labelled the Bandidos “an organised crime gang” ahead of the bikie outfit’s national run next weekend in Tasmania.

The Bandidos, who are expanding their presence in the state with more chapters, start arriving here today on the Spirit of Tasmania and other transport.

Up to 300 Bandidos are expected to be in Tasmania for the ride which starts Friday.

Yesterday, the Mercury revealed that new prospect chapters in Hobart and Launceston were being established.

Police Commander Jonathan Higgins said the Bandidos was an “organised crime gang” which would “be under very close police scrutiny while in Tasmania”.

“The [outlaw motorcycle club gang] members are on notice in our jurisdiction. We will not tolerate criminal activity, anti-social or intimidating behaviour, or breaches of our traffic laws,” he said.


Finks bikie boss 'set his dogs on police officers and punched a cop in the face' just days after he was refused entry to Bali

  • Kosh Radford was arrested on Monday night after allegedly attacking police
  • Radford, president of Finks outlaw bikie gang, allegedly set his dogs on officers
  • The 39-year-old was released on strict conditional bail on Tuesday afternoon
  • Radford's lawyer asked why no footage from the event was submitted to court 
  • Sydney man was denied entry into Bali with his family on Friday by Immigration

The president of one of Australia's most feared bikie gangs was arrested on Monday night after allegedly punching a policeman in the face and setting his dogs on officers. 


Police intervene after stand-off between Bandidos and Outlaws motorcycle gangs

Police were forced to intervene after members of two outlaw motorcycle gangs started hurling abuse at each other after a boxing tournament on Saturday.

More than 30 people wearing the badges of the Bandidos and Outlaws gangs attended the Devonport Pro Boxing Tournament.

Western District Commander Jonathan Higgins said there were tensions between the two group during the tournament that came to a head outside the venue after the event ended.

He said police officers had to stand between the two groups to prevent the situation from escalating as they hurled abuse at each other.


Rebel OMCG Sergeant-at-Arms charged with Starkey murder

A Rebels outlaw motorcycle gang (OMCG) member, Mr Adam Symons, 36, has been charged with murder following the death of Mr Clint Starkey.
Just after midnight on Thursday, April 6, Clint Starkey, aged 42, presented at Gosford Hospital with serious head injuries.
He was later flown to Royal North Shore Hospital, where he remained in a critical condition until he passed away on Monday, June 12.
Detectives from the State Crime Command’s Homicide Squad, assisted by Brisbane Water Local Area Command, established Strike Force Bartondale to investigate the assault and circumstances surrounding Mr Starkey’s death.
Their inquiries revealed he was assaulted at a service station at Peats Ridge, which was examined by specialist forensic officers.


NSW bikie sergeant faces court over murder

A senior NSW Rebels bikie has appeared in court over the "particularly violent" fatal bashing of a man on the Central Coast.

The head injuries suffered by Clint Starkey, a bikie associate, during the assault at the Caltex outlet in Peats Ridge in early April were so severe he never recovered.

The 42-year-old died in Gosford Hospital two months later.

Adam Symons, a 36-year-old sergeant-at-arms of the outlaw motorcycle gang, was arrested during dawn raids across the Central Coast region on Tuesday.

He was charged with Mr Starkey's murder, and did not apply for bail when the matter was mentioned briefly in Gosford Local Court on Wednesday.

As Symons was being questioned, police released CCTV footage showing the lead-up to the brutal assault, and called on anyone with information to come forward.

Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin described the crime as particularly violent.


Rebels bikie charged for allegedly moving cars with forklift

A SENIOR Rebels bikie has been charged by police after allegedly using a forklift to stack cars blocking the entrance to a bike storage unit.

Police claim that the senior member of the Rebels Outlaw Motorcycle Gang picked up a Holden Rodeo ute and dropped it on top of a Daewoo Matiz after the owners failed to move them.

A police spokesman said that the incident happened on Friday last week after more than 50 motorcycles had participated in the Rebels’ national run in Tasmania.

After organising for the bikes to be transported by truck to a Malaga factory unit, they had asked occupants of the neighbouring unit to move the cars so that the bikes could be off-loaded.

The occupant says the two cars could not be moved because of mechanical issues and when staff returned to work on Monday morning, they discovered the vehicles had been stacked.


Hells Angel bikie Josh Grant charged over bashing death of Mark Boyce

A HELLS Angels bikie has been charged and police are hunting two other gang members who they believe are responsible for the brutal bashing murder of Elizabeth South man Mark Boyce earlier this year.

Dozens of police raided six properties across Adelaide on Thursday as investigations into Mr Boyce’s murder intensified.

Andrews Farm man Josh Grant, 26, who police say is a Hells Angels member, was arrested at his home Thursday morning and later charged with murder.

He is expected to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Friday.

Mr Boyce, 36, was attacked about 100m from his home on Hill St, Elizabeth South, on January 30.

Police declared the incident a major crime after he died in hospital on February 8.


We're not as bad as you Fink: Inside the infamous outlaw bikie gang.........

We're not as bad as you Fink: Inside the infamous outlaw bikie gang whose leaders insist they're just 'ordinary blokes' not criminals - so why the face masks then, guys?

  • Fink Motorcycle Club opened their doors to Daily Mail Australia 'to prove they are just normal guys'
  • Club has more than 2000 members and claim strict laws don't detour them from 'being mates'
  • Finks have been active in Sydney for 50 years - but are no longer based out of clubhouses
  • The club's 'gang' status means most of the members are banned from talking to each other, or 'consorting' 
  • Some bikie gangs are involved in drugs, murder, extortion and other organised criminal activity in Australia