Dramatic scenes as Bandidos bikie clubhouse is raided by cops who seize bikes, knives and membership paraphernalia and arrest two members
- Bandidos bikie clubhouse in Leeton, NSW was raided by police on Thursday
- Two alleged members aged 45 and 49 of the gang had been arrested and charged
- Police allegedly seized motorbikes, paraphernalia, knives and digital gadgets
A Bandidos bikie gang clubhouse has been raided and torn down by police whereas two alleged members had been dragged out of a house in handcuffs.
Closely armed police smashed down the doorways of two Leeton houses, in central NSW, on Thursday morning.
Two males, Michael Sohier, 45 and Jason James Bloomfield, 49, who police allege are members of the Bandidos gang had been arrested at a house and close by enterprise.
A clubhouse of the gang’s mid-state chapter was found within the shed of one of many properties.
Inside police seized motorbikes, membership paraphernalia together with shirts, patches and vests, knives, digital gadgets and storage gadgets.
A yard full of varied Bandidos paraphernalia was allegedly seized at a Leeton clubhouse situated within the again shed of a house
The 2 males had been charged with take part in a prison group contribute prison exercise and demand property with menaces with intent to steal.
Afterward Thursday, a 39-year-old man, Christopher Ingram, and a 37-year-old girl had been additionally arrested and charged with the identical offences.
All of the gadgets allegedly seized within the raids shall be additional examined within the coming days.
Police used brute power and a battering ram to deliver down the entrance doorways of each Leeton houses
Two males had been arrested because of the raids, alleged to be Bandidos bikies, Strike Pressure Yatama police are decided to stamp out gangs in New South Wales’ south west
Pristine, glowing Harley Davidson sportsters (pictured) had been loaded onto a truck as cops confiscated gadgets allegedly associated to Bandidos gang actions
Low road bikes with excessive bars and modified exhausts (pictured) had been allegedly seized by police from the Leeton properties
The Murrumbidgee Police District established Strike Pressure Yatama to research the mid state chapter of the Bandidos in February.
The boys arrested on the Leeton properties had been granted bail on the Griffith Native Courtroom on Friday and can reappear on July 22.
Ingram will face court docket on July 22 whereas the girl will seem on August 19.
Investigations are persevering with.
The flashy Harleys featured little Bandidos stickers (pictured), displaying affiliation with the outlaw membership
Police allegedly got here throughout the gang paraphernalia (pictured) within the shed and confiscated club-related gadgets