A further eight members of the Descendants outlaw motorcycle gang have been sentenced over a violent brawl at a car yard in Adelaide’s north last year.
On June 2 last year, members of the gang became involved in a scuffle at the Blair Athol car yard about 4:30pm.
The court today heard Christopher Platt, of Paralowie, had recently sold a car to the victim.
“Mr Platt … had attended the car yard to retrieve the car and some money,” Magistrate Simon Smart said.
Platt was sentenced in March to seven months in prison over his role in the brawl.
Today, Dylan Thomas Mackie, Jordan Alex Mackie, Matthew Aaron Pepper, Troy Robert Nissen, Kurt Bradley Mackie, Benjamin Adam Boin, Jason Andrew Ruddick and Nicholas Anthony Doublet were sentenced over their involvement.
“[Platt] is seen [on CCTV] to enter the car yard… and gesture,” Magistrate Smart said.
“At this point… all of you became, with the exception of Mr Boin, active participants.
“You were all members of the Descendants motorcycle gang – that body is a declared organisation.”
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