Weapons And Illicit Drug Seized During Police Raid On Bikie Property

WA Police’s have seized weapons, cocaine and stolen property after executing a search warrant on a property in Byford linked to the Rebels Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.

The Gang Crime Squad and Tactical Repsonse Group officers conducted the search as part of the investigation in an assault back on 8th, September and suspected illicit drug dealing.

Police said the assault allegedly involved members/and or associates of the Rebels and Comanchero bikie gangs.

Authorities have seized one handgun, one replica pistol, one extendable baton, 45 grams of Cocaine, One stolen motorcycle and other stolen property.

Two men aged 37 and 27 have been charged with a number of offences.

A 37-year-old man was charged with one count each of Fighting in Public to Cause Fear, Act or Omission Causing Bodily Harm, Steal Motor Vehicle and No MDL.

A 27-year-old man was charged with one count each of Fighting in Public to Cause Fear, Act or Omission Causing Bodily Harm, Aggravated Firearm Possession, Possess with Intent to Sell/Supply (Cocaine), Possess Ammunition, Possess Weapon, Receiving and Possess Stolen Property.

The man was also charged with two counts each of Possess Prohibited Drug and Possess Controlled Weapon.

Both will appear again in the Perth Magistrates Court on the 20th, December.

WA Police Gang Crime Squad Detective Senior Sergeant Jason Beesley said the Police force would continue its effort to disrupt bikies’ criminal activities.

“We won’t tolerate violence, intimidation and drug dealing in our community and our officers continue to target this criminal behaviour,” Det-Sen. Sgt Beesley said.

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