A third man is behind bars over the double shooting deaths of two men who were gunned down in a Gold Coast park.
Former Comancheros bikie Shane Ross, 36, and his business partner Cameron Martin, 47, were ambushed and killed at Tallebudgera in October 2019.
Two men are in custody and Garry James Brush, 32, is the third to face court charged with two counts of murder.
Brush was extradited from Grafton in NSW and smiled and nodded to supporters in the gallery as his case was mentioned in Southport Magistrates Court on Thursday.
His lawyer Ashkan Tai told the court Brush preferred to appear in person, as he was remanded in custody to reappear for mention March 18.
Mr Ross and Mr Martin were last seen on Friday, October 18 at the Pimpama Tavern before attending a pre-arranged meeting at a park near the Gold Coast Highway.
Residents heard several shots fired around 9.30pm.
Mr Martin was shot in the chest and wounded but managed to drive 1.5km before crashing into a tree off Tallebudgera Creek Road.
An autopsy later confirmed a gunshot wound as the cause of death.
Mr Ross was reported missing by his family and friends found him in the Tallebudgera park three days after being shot and killed.
Nathan Miller and Brodie Singh, both of Coolangatta, were charged in March 2020 with two counts each of murder concerning Mr Ross and Mr Martin’s deaths.
Singh, Miller and Brush are all alleged to be senior members of the Lone Wolf Motorcycle Club.
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