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Burnt-out car linked to murder found buried on Hells Angels property

(video) --- A burnt-out hatchback allegedly used in the 2017 murder of a man in Adelaide has been found buried on a rural property owned by the Hells Angels, police said.
The 15-hectare Murray River property was searched under a warrant relating to the alleged murder of four rival bikies.
After two days of searching, the vehicle was found five metres underground near a rubbish tip.

The Toyota Echo police linked to the murder of Mark Boyce. Picture: SA Police

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Comanchero gang raids: Police want quick sale of luxury cars and Harley-Davidsons

The Commissioner of Police wants to sell luxury cars and Harley-Davidson motorbikes belonging to members of the Comanchero gang.

A Rolls Royce, three Land Rovers and five Harley-Davidson motorbikes were among $3.7 million assets seized by detectives during raids in April.

Police arrested six people in the raids that took place across Auckland.

As well as gang associates, police also charged a lawyer and an accountant, alleging they had helped the gang.

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Man who survived being shot more than a dozen times jailed for murdering Hells Angels bikie

Jesse Ray Penhall, who survived being shot more than a dozen times in 2008, has been handed a life sentence for bashing a Hells Angels bikie to death with a spanner in Adelaide.

Supreme Court Justice Malcolm Blue sentenced Penhall to life in prison with a non-parole period of 23 years for the murder of David Norris, 39, at a Salisbury workshop in September 2017.

At trial, the 40-year-old argued that he was acting in self-defence after Mr Norris attacked him — but his claims were rejected by the jury.

"I am satisfied beyond reasonable doubt that Mr Norris did not attack you with a spanner before you hit him with it," Justice Blue said during sentencing.

"I found it inherently unlikely that Mr Norris would approach you in the manner of which you gave evidence."

"A clear motive for the attack was never established."

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Inside the lair of one of Australia’s most infamous outlaw bikie gangs

Take a peek inside the clubrooms of one of Australia’s most feared outlaw bikie gangs. The notorious Hells Angels have listed their former Adelaide haunt, which is set to be auctioned next month.

The clubrooms of Australia’s feared outlaw bikie gangs would be among the most exclusive properties in the country.

Usually reserved for members of the gangs, what goes on inside and what they look like is an intriguing mystery to most.

But the decision by the Hells Angels to sell one of their clubrooms in Adelaide’s southern suburbs has provided a rare glimpse inside.

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Hells Angels bikie found guilty of murder over fatal bashing of Mark Boyce

A Hells Angels bikie accused of ambushing and bashing a man outside his home, before leaving him unconscious on the footpath, has been found guilty of murder.

Key points:

  • Mark Boyce's life support was turned off days after he was attacked in January 2017
  • Joshua Roy Grant pleaded guilty to manslaughter but denied murdering Mr Boyce
  • After hours of deliberation, a jury unanimously found him guilty of murder


Mark Boyce, 36, suffered a fatal brain injury when he was beaten outside his home on Hill Street at Elizabeth South, in Adelaide's northern suburbs, in January 2017.

The prosecution alleged Joshua Roy Grant, 27, was one of three men from the Hells Angels motorcycle gang who attacked Mr Boyce before leaving him unconscious.

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'They can't do s*** about us': President of Australia's newest bikie gang breaks his cover to taunt police - and claims his squad is rapidly growing

  • The president of Australia's newest bikie gang says the squad continues to grow 
  • Satudarah, 'one-blood', is an organised bikie gang set up in the Netherlands
  • President of Gold Coast chapter, 'Salvatore', said his 'brotherhood' is expanding

The president of Australia's newest bikie gang has broken his cover to taunt police and claim his squad is rapidly growing.   

Satudarah, meaning 'one-blood', is an organised outlaw motorcycle gang that was first set up in Moodrecht, Netherlands, in 1990 before spreading across the world.

The feared bikie gang has chapters all over Australia, and the president of the Gold Coast contingent claims the group continues to grow in numbers.

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Drugs, cash, firearms seized during Rebels raids in Rockingham and Bunbury

Police have seized a large amount of drugs, cash and firearms in a series of raids on properties linked to the Rebels Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.

The blitz saw more than 400 charges being laid against 78 members, nominees and associates of the bikie gang.

The charges include aggravated armed robbery, threatening to kill, extortion and drug offences.

The haul included methamphetamine and cocaine with an estimated street value of more than $4 million, illegal firearms and nearly half a million dollars in cash.

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Police have seized a large amount of drugs, cash and firearms in a series of raids on properties linked to the Rebels Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.


The WA Police Force Gang Crime Squad took part in a 'day of action' across Australia and New Zealand last Wednesday, which saw raids on Rebels properties in Rockingham and Bunbury.

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Senior Finks bikie is accused of setting fire to Rebels tattoo parlours with petrol bombs

  • Senior Finks bikie denying he had anything to do with two separate arson attacks
  • The attacks were on Victorian tattoo parlous owned by rival bikie gang Rebels 
  • John Napolitano, president of Ringwood chapter of Finks, is on trial in Victoria
  • He was charged with conspiring to plan the fires, which occurred in May 2015

A senior Finks bikie is denying he had anything to do with arson attacks on two Victorian tattoo parlours owned by members of the rival Rebels motorcycle gang.

John Napolitano, president of the Ringwood chapter of the Finks club, is on trial in the County Court charged with conspiring to plan the fires in May 2015.

It's alleged he arranged with an unnamed man for patched and prospective members, including Jye Carter, Nathan Rosendale and Sean Streicher, to burn down Valley Custom Tattoo at Seville and Eastern Tattooz Parlour at Lilydale.

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Member of OMCG charged with 17 offences – Richmond PD

Officers from Richmond Police District have arrested and charged a member of the Iron Horseman outlaw motorcycle gang (OMCG) following a five-month investigation.

In December 2018, Strike Force Crura was established to investigate several drugs and sexual assault offences within the Richmond Police District.

Following extensive inquiries, about 10.15am yesterday (Wednesday 1 May 2019) police arrested a 40-year-old man at Casino Police Station.

The man, who is a member of the Iron Horseman OMCG, was charged with 17 offences, including three counts of supply prohibited drug, two counts of sexual assault, pervert the course of justice, influence a witnesses, aggravated robbery, assault occasioning actual bodily harm in company and armed with intent to commit indictable offence.

He was refused bail to appear at Lismore Local Court today (Thursday 2 May 2019).

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Foreign Gypsy Joker bikies and associates banned from Australia after arriving at Perth Airport

Five international bikie gang members including three Gypsy Jokers and two associates of the club have been banned from entering the country after being stopped at Perth Airport.

Key points:

  • The bikies were stopped and questioned before having their visas cancelled
  • The men were held at an immigration detention centre before being sent home
  • The ABF says it is intent on disrupting the activities of outlaw motorcycle gangs


The men all arrived in Perth in the past week to attend an event being held on Saturday night to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the outlaw motorcycle gang.

But the Australian Border Force (ABF) said they were all stopped and questioned before having their visas cancelled because "they presented a risk to the health, safety or good order of the Australian community, or a segment of the community".