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Man arrested at Gypsy Joker clubhouse after reports of assault

A man has been arrested following a police operation at a Sydney property linked to outlaw motorcycle gang the Gypsy Jokers.

The operation came after the alleged assault of a woman at Penrith earlier in the day, police said.

Officers from Nepean police command were called to a home in Colless Street, Penrith about 2.10pm on Tuesday following reports that a woman had been assaulted.

Officers were told a man then fled to a property on The Horsley Drive in Horsley Park.

Specialist police, including the public order and riot squad, police rescue, officers from Fairfield and the traffic and highway patrol command set up a perimeter at the clubhouse about 2.30pm.


Police confirmed in a statement that a 29-year-old man was arrested without incident at about 4.40pm.

He was later charged with kidnapping, assault and intimidation, a NSW Police spokesman said.

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Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle in Springwood, QLD

Police are appealing to the public for assistance to identify a motorcyclist who performed a burn-out at the Springwood Police Station yesterday, Queensland Police say.

Around 5.20pm on Thursday September 13, a male rider dangerously operated his motorcycle in the driveway of the Pacific Highway station.

While performing the illegal manoeuvre the man fell from his motorcycle, before climbing back on and riding away.

The man was last seen travelling south on the Pacific Highway Service Road.

It’s believed he was wearing Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Gang (OMCG) colours at the time.

Police are appealing to anyone who was in the area around the time or the event and witnesses something – or has dashcam footage – to come forward.

Please see the below link to access vision in relation to the incident: Video

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Five Hells Angels bikies are arrested after police officers discover weapons, handguns, cannabis and MDMA during a series of raids

  • Strike Force Raptor are a militarised unit of the New South Wales Gangs Squad
  • A multi-agency operation has seen  five motorcycle gang members arrested
  • Police seized a handgun, various prohibited weapons, drugs in the operation
  • Members were charged with total of nine offences for assault, drug and weapons


Five Hells Angels bikies have been arrested after police found drugs and weapons in a series of raids cracking down on gang activity.

Officers seized a handgun, various prohibited weapons, drugs and items used in the cultivation of cannabis, as part of the four-day operation that ended on Thursday in New South Wales.

Hells Angels Outlaw Motor Cycle Gang colours and paraphernalia were also seized.

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Hells Angels targeted as part of national day of action


Queensland Police Service | Minister for Police and Corrective Services

Queensland Police have taken enforcement action against members and associates of the Hells Angels Outlaw Motorcycle Gang (OMCG). The Day of Action was supported by law enforcement agencies across Australia coordinated through the national Taskforce Morpheus network.

Queensland’s efforts were focused on Hells Angels members in Brisbane, Logan and the Gold Coast and was coordinated by officers from the Organised Crime Gangs Group, Maxima Tactical Unit Gold Coast and supported by the Gold Coast Rapid Action and Patrol Group, detectives from the Logan and Gold Coast Criminal Investigation branches and the Major and Organised Crime Squad Gold Coast.

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Shocking footage of wild bikie gunfight in suburban Canberra released

(video) --- Shocking footage has emerged of a wild bikie gunfight and arson in suburban south Canberra.

ACT Policing released the footage on Friday with a call for community assistance to help identify the offenders.


Shocking footage of Calwell shooting


Shocking footage of Calwell shooting

Terrifying security camera footage has emerged of a fire fight at a Calwell property of a group of offenders attacking the suburban property and dousing the area in fuel before setting it alight.

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Comanchero charged with attempt murder of former gang president

A Canberra Comanchero arrested while trying to board an international flight will fight allegations he attempted to murder the gang's former ACT president.

Axel Sidaros, 24, allegedly had a ticket to fly to Abu Dhabi when he was arrested at Melbourne Airport last week.

Taskforce Nemesis extradited Mr Sidaros to the ACT from Victoria over the weekend, and he appeared in the ACT Magistrates Court on Monday.

Mr Sidaros, appearing before Chief Magistrate Lorraine Walker, entered pleas of not guilty to 13 charges, including attempted murder, arson, firearm possession, trespass, and intentionally inflicting grievous bodily harm.

The court heard the majority of the charges stemmed from a June attack on former Comanchero ACT president Peter Zdravkovic.

The ACT chapter of the Comanchero Outlaw Motorcycle Gang was plunged into an internal war after it split into two factions earlier this year.

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Bikies from rival gangs join forces to set up first chapter of Nomads in Tasmania

In what appears to be a sign of unrest between existing bikie gangs in Tasmania, police intelligence suggests members of rival clubs are breaking away to set up a new Nomads chapter.

It is the seventh outlaw bikie gang to lay a stake on the state.

Rival gangs the Devil's Henchmen, the Satan's Riders, the Black Uhlans, the Outlaws, the Rebels and the Bandidos already call Tasmania home.

Now police intelligence suggests a new Nomads chapter is forming, but where it will locate itself is not yet known.

The Nomads is an established gang on the mainland, with chapters in Sydney and Newcastle in New South Wales and Adelaide in South Australia.

It is the first time the gang has been active in Tasmania.

Police Commissioner Darren Hine refused to reveal specifics of where the club was looking to establish its first chapter, or confirm it was the Nomads.

"We are aware another group coming to Tasmania," he said.

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EXCLUSIVE: Booze, strippers and an all-night party: Behind the closed doors of the controversial Nomads MC gathering

  • EXCLUSIVE: Booze, strippers and an all-night party: Behind the closed doors of the controversial Nomads MC gathering - as the gang hits back at claims they were taunting police
  • A weekend gathering of Nomads MC members in Canberra caused controversy
  • More than two dozen members from around Australia arrived for two-day party 
  • Anti-bikie laws in NSW and Queensland prevent bikies publicly getting together
  • Nomads life member Moudi Tajjour revealed what happens behind closed doors
  • He says despite controversy, the Nomads OMCG didn't intend to provoke police

A controversial gathering of Nomads bikies last weekend was no different to an end-of-season football club trip, according to one of the club's longest serving members.

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'Riding with da boyzzzz': Nomads bikies gather in Canberra

Canberra has continued its reputation as a bikie holiday hotspot after a Nomads Outlaw Motorcycle Club gathering at the weekend.

Convicted killer and Nomads life member Mouhammed 'Moudi' Tajjour posted an image to his Instagram account on Sunday of dozens of patched bikies posing arm-in-arm on Mount Ainslie.

Senior Canberra bikie Michael Clark – who is the Nomads ACT chapter president - can be seen with his arm around Mr Tajjour in the middle of the snap.

A video, posted to the same account, shows Nomads members smiling and laughing at a Canberra cafe.

Nomads OMCG members pose for pictures on Mount Ainslie during a meeting in Canberra over the weekend.

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Finks motorcycle gang member charged over fires in driveway of Maryland home

A FINKS motorcycle gang member set fire to two vehicles parked in the driveway of a Maryland home as the occupants slept, police allege.

The member of the outlaw motorcycle group was charged this week over the fires that were lit in November last year, police said in a statement on Thursday.

About 1am on Thursday, November 2, two men were at their home on Berrico Avenue, Maryland, when they were woken by a man telling them two vehicles in the driveway were on fire.

Fire & Rescue NSW were called and extinguished the fires but two Hi-Ace vans were destroyed, police said.

Following inquiries, a 28-year-old man attended Newcastle City police station on Wednesday where he was charged with two counts of maliciously destroy property by fire, police said.

He was refused bail and will face Newcastle Local Court.