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Tuesday, 17 June 2008

Notorious has become the security muscle for Kings Cross


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the gang Notorious has become the security muscle for a Kings Cross identity.
The gang is the first known in Sydney to follow an international trend of being outlaw "bikies without bikes".While its dozens of city-based members wear full bikie colours, only a few members ride motorcycles.Its members range from seasoned, senior former members of the now-defunct Nomads outlaw motorcycle gang's Parramatta chapter to newly-recruited teenagers as young as 14.They are largely from Sydney's western suburbs and of Middle Eastern and Pacific Islander background.The gang is believed to be focused on criminal activities and have links to the security industry.
It is feared they are acting as unofficial security to Kings Cross nightclubs linked to one person in particular.Late last month, police from the Middle Eastern organised crime squad targeted Notorious in an operation on the nightclub strip.
They arrested two alleged members of Notorious - one an 18-year-old Guildford man arrested with ecstasy tablets at a nightclub.Court documents show he was charged with two counts of supplying a prohibited drug and two of possessing a prohibited drug.He was refused bail and is to appear at Central Local Court on June 30.
Another, a 14-year-old from Guildford, was arrested in the same police operation while he was in a car illegally parked in the CBD. A search found more ecstasy tablets and the boy was charged with drugs supply and possession.Police are also investigating suspected links between Notorious and a 30-year-old Kellyville man arrested last week in an alleyway behind a Surry Hills nightclub.The man, recently released from prison, allegedly had a home-made machine gun and an ammunition magazine containing 32 bullets concealed in a bag. The man was charged with being armed with intent to commit an indictable offence, possessing a firearm and other firearm-related offences.Notorious was also believed linked to an assault at an Eastern Suburbs pub last year.It is speculated that Notorious came into being following a series of attacks targeting a nightclub owner ear last year, coinciding with the firebombing of the Parramatta chapter's Granville clubhouse.Rival outlaw bikie gang the Comancheros was suspected of being behind the firebombing.In March 2007, masked gunmen burst into a nightclub, firing shots into the ceiling and smashing up the bar. The nightclub owner's bodyguard was allegedly injured during the incident.It is feared the Comancheros have been trying to wrestle control of the nightclub strip and conflict with Notorious may be on the agenda.


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