Thursday, 11 June 2015

Nomads Outlaw gang South Windsor Police search warrant revealed.


Police have seized eight firearms, more than 1800 rounds of ammunition, and large quantities of pre-cursor chemicals from a self-storage unit in the Hawkesbury.
In April 2015, police from the Gangs Squad’s Strike Force Raptor executed search warrants at properties in Howes Valley, Penrith, Freemans Reach, Glenmore Park and Smithfield. As a result, a senior member of the Nomads Outlaw Motorcycle Gang was arrested and charged with commercial drug manufacture and other related drug supply offences.
As part of ongoing inquiries into the Nomads outlaw motorcycle gang, police from the Gangs Squad’s Strike Force Raptor executed a search warrant at a self-storage unit on Ham Street, South Windsor, late on Tuesday (9 June 2015).
Upon entering the unit, police identified numerous chemicals and equipment indicative of drug manufacture.
Officers from the Drug Squad’s Chemical Operations Team were advised, and yesterday (Wednesday 10 June 2015) they processed the unit.
As a result, officers seized eight firearms, 1800 rounds of ammunition and numerous chemicals, including:
- One litre of hypophosphorus acid;
- Two kilograms of iodine;
- Seven kilograms of red phosphorus; and,
- 800 grams of pseudoephedrine.
The firearms seized are:
- A Remington model 700 bolt-action sniper rifle with bipod and scope;
- A Colt AR-15 .223 military assault rifle with bipod, scope and 5 x 30 round magazines;
- A Ruger Mini-14 .223 military assault rifle with 5 magazines;
- A pump-action 12-gauge shotgun;
- A shortened 12-gauge single-shot shotgun;
- A .223 Remington Savage 110 bolt-action hunting rifle and scope;
- A .38 home-made single-shot firearm; and,
- A .22 home-made single-shot firearm.
Inquiries into the matter are ongoing.
Police are urging anyone with information in relation to the criminal activities of OMCGS to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report it directly to detectives via the Strike Force Raptor online reporting page:https://www1.police.nsw.gov.au/Default.aspx?id=49. Photographs and videos can be uploaded to the online reporting page. Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

1 comment:

  1. .223 copy of the m14. I know super max prison guards have them for specific duties.,

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