Police say the coronavirus will not stop them from cracking down on bikies after a raid on the Comanchero MC.
Detectives from the Organised Crime Gangs Group yesterday charged five people with 18 drug-related charges after raids targeting Comanchero members.
Twelve search warrants at locations in Brisbane, Logan, Coomera and the Gold Coast resulted in a number of dangerous drugs and cash being seized.
During the search it will be alleged that police uncovered quantities of cocaine, MDMA, cannabis, GHB, steroids, prescription drugs and cash. A significant amount of Bandidos OMC-related paraphernalia was also discovered.
Detective Acting Superintendent Tim Leadbetter said the Queensland Police Service adopted a very strong approach to policing organised crime syndicates.
“Despite these unprecedented times and the demands being placed on the QPS, there is zero tolerance for those involved in serious and organised crime,” he said.
“It’s business as usual in this regard and we will continue to be unrelenting in our efforts to disrupt and prosecute those who pose a risk to our community.”
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