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Sunday, 28 September 2008

Outlaws bikie gang have been charged with multiple offences after allegedly forcing their way into a Hervey Bay nightclub.

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Three members of the Outlaws bikie gang have been charged with multiple offences after allegedly forcing their way into a Hervey Bay nightclub. Police said about six members of the gang's Hervey Bay chapter forcibly entered Seven nightclub last Saturday night, demanding free drinks and trying to incite violence.
When asked to leave they allegedly refused. "These acts of thuggery will not be tolerated by the police or the public and will be dealt with by the full force of the law," said Detective Senior Sergeant Leith Lindsay, officer in charge of the Maryborough police district's crime investigation bureau. "We are continuing to pursue other members of the gang believed to be involved." Three men have been charged with offences including assault occasioning bodily harm, common assault, obstructing staff at a licensed premises and unlawful entry to licensed premises.
"The actions of some members of this gang have clearly outlined they are not the community-minded people they promote themselves as," Det Snr Sgt Lindsay said.
"We encourage members of the public to report misconduct by any people in the community." The men will appear in the Hervey Bay Magistrates Court on October 16.

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