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Four people allegedly linked to Finks MC have been arrested after officers from Taskforce Maxima South East Region raided a Pimpama home seizing firearms, cash and dangerous drugs

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Four people allegedly linked to Finks MC have been arrested after officers from Taskforce Maxima South East Region raided a Pimpama home yesterday, seizing firearms, cash and dangerous drugs.

A search warrant was executed on a Fountain Street address where police with the assistance of dog squad also located ammunition, knives, a taser and firearms including shot guns, rifles and a hand gun. The cash seized is estimated to be worth just over $23,000.

A 38-year-old man from Pimpama and member of the Finks MC was charged with 21 offences including seven counts of possess weapons, four counts of possess shortened firearms, three counts of possess category M weapons, possess dangerous drugs, possess restricted drugs and two counts of possess explosives.

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He is due to appear in Southport Magistrates Court today (August 14).

A 25-year-old Pimpama woman was issued a Notice to Appear on September 8 for possess dangerous drugs and possess utensils.

A 28-year-old Coomera woman was issued a Notice to Appear on September 10 for possess dangerous drugs.

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A 48-year-old man from Coombabah, not alleged to be an motorcycle club member, was issued a Notice to Appear on September 8 for possess dangerous drugs

Acting Detective Inspector Ian Galpin from the South East Region Major and Organised Crime Squad said Taskforce Maxima remains committed to ensuring the safety of the community by monitoring the activities of Motorcycle Clubs.

Identified as a member of the Vagos motorcycle club face a long list of charges after a joint-forces police operation aimed at motorcycle gang and drug activity

“There is zero tolerance for those involved in organised crime and we will continue to be unrelenting in our efforts to disrupt and prosecute those who pose a risk to the general public.”

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