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Police raid Rebels bikie house in Byford seize gun, Harley Davidson, drugs

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DETECTIVES have released footage of their raid on a Rebel bikie’s house in Byford where they seized a handgun, cocaine and a stolen Harley Davidson.

In their bid to stop an escalating turf war and curtail outlaw motorcycle gangs and their operations across WA, police have also laid numerous charges against various members of the Comanchero and Rebels bikie gangs.

The raid by the Gang Crime Squad and the Tactical Response Group follows several flare-ups between the two groups involving a failed assassination bid, fire-bombings of tattoo parlours, a vicious punch-up outside the Crown entertainment complex, a drive-by shooting and a mass defection of Rebels members to the Comancheros.

On September 18, a 53-year-old man, a member of the Southern Independence Motorcycle Club aligned to the Rebels motorcycle gang, was tricked into stopping his Harley Davidson after an unmarked SUV with a flashing blue light signalled him to pull over to the roadside.

The man was shot in the stomach and arm before the car, believed to be carrying men with connections to the Comancheros, sped off. The car has since been found, impounded and has undergone extensive forensic testing.

Police are refusing to say whether the bikie is talking to police or maintaining the bikies’ code of silence. They did say the victim was “lucky to be alive” and will recover, but will suffer long-term psychological issues.

They have vowed to keep the pressure on all motorcycle gang members to disrupt any criminal activity.

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“We will keep the pressure on until they start complying with the law,” said Gang Crime Squad detective senior-sergeant Jason Beesley.

“We feel like we are getting on top of it. We can put strategies in place to disrupt activities that are now going on.”

One major concern was public safety because “the public happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time” some innocent parties may get injured or even killed, he said.

Source: Perthnow

WA Police have turned up the heat on Perth’s warring bikie gangs amid fears innocent people may get caught in the crossfire.

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