Police have charged several people across northern NSW – including a man in the Hunter who police allege to be a senior bikie – during raids targeting the Bandidos outlaw motorcycle gang this week.
The State Crime Command’s Raptor Squad seized illegal weapons, ammunition, outlaw motorcycle gang paraphernalia, prescription medication and illicit drugs during the operation, which resulted in a range of weapon and drug charges. All items confiscated are being forensically examined.
Benjamin Paul Adams, a 33-year-old man who police allege is a high-ranking member of the Bandidos, was arrested during a raid at a Thornton home early on Tuesday morning and charged with affray.
He is accused of punching a 27-year-old man in the head at a boat ramp at Port Stephens in July.
Police allegedly seized outlaw motorcycle gang clothing, a mobile phone, prescription drugs, a modified weapon and more than $12,000 in cash during the search at Thornton.
Mr Adams was refused bail when he faced Maitland Local Court on Friday – he will reappear before the court next Thursday.
Meanwhile, two men – aged 54 and 45 – are expected to be charged after Raptor Squad police searched a house in Wauchope, near Port Macquarie, on Tuesday and seized prohibited drugs, an extendable baton, ammunition, Bandidos supporter clothing and other items.
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