A former outlaw bikie member has been jailed for raping a 12-year-old girl he met at a Sydney train station.
Husa Hasanovic, 27, pleaded guilty to having sexual intercourse with a child aged between 10 and 14 on February 14, 2019.
Police alleged the father of two, who was a Sergeant at Arms for the Nomads, spoke to the girl at a railway station and while on a train that day, before leading her to a home in Chester Hill, in the city’s south west, and sexually assaulting her.
He said the girl approached his client for a cigarette, not something one would think a 12-year-old would be doing, and was not in a school uniform although it was a school day.
At Sydney Downing Centre’s District Court today, the court heard Hasanovic was drinking heavily and using cocaine at the time of the offence.
Prior to the offence, Hasanovic was a leading OMCG enforcer, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with other high-ranking members in club photos.
However, the court heard today he has been “shunned” by the outlaw group because of the nature of the offence.
Judge Robyn Tupman said: “They now refer to him as an ex-Nomad.”
Police said Hasanovic was arrested following a violent struggle with Strike Force Raptor officers, during which two operatives were injured. He was also charged with resisting arrest.
The court today heard Bosnian-born Hasanovic had migrated to Australia in 2002 and had a “dysfunctional” upbringing.
Judge Tupman said Hasanovic dropped out of school at 15 and later became a bikie.
Today he was sentenced to two years and six months, with a non-parole period of 18 months.