Alleged National Sergeant-at-Arms of the Rebels bikers gang arrested in Braddon

Kim Treasure 24 December 2021
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A Wollogorang man has been arrested after a raid in Braddon. Photo: File.

Police have swooped on a house in Braddon, executing a search warrant on a 50-year-old man alleged to be the ACT President and National Sergeant-at-Arms of the Rebels outlaw motorcycle gang (OMCG).

Yesterday, 23 December 2021, Taskforce Nemesis officers executing the warrant seized a Chrysler 300C sedan and mobile telephone.

The 50-year-old Wollogorang NSW man was arrested and charged with telecommunications offences and given bail (with conditions) to appear in the ACT Magistrates Court on 21 February 2022.


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It will be alleged the Chrysler was purchased with the proceeds of crime and was owned by a second member of the Rebels OMCG, who was charged in November 2021 with multiple unrelated offences.

A police spokesperson said ACT Policing and Taskforce Nemesis will continue to focus efforts on preserving the safety and security of the community by targeting the criminal activities of OMCGs in the ACT and surrounding region.


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Anyone who may have any information about OMCG activity in the ACT can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website. Information can be provided anonymously.

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