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Thursday, 26 March 2009

Allan Sarkis, the president of the Notorious gang

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Allan Sarkis, the president of the Notorious gang,office bearer with an alleged organised bikie-related crime gang has been charged.Police stopped a Ford Falcon sedan in Anglo Street, Chatswood, because of the manner in which it was being driven after 9pm last night.Offciers spoke to the 34-year-old Hornsby man driving the car and identified him as a high-level office bearer with an alleged organised crime gang aligned to a bikie gang, a NSW Police spokeswoman said. Reports named the man as Allan Sarkis, the president of the Notorious gang.Following a search of the vehicle and a bag belonging to the man, police allegedly located a number of tablets.
Police will allege that 26 ‘Xanax’ brand sleeping tablets were in the possession of the man without a prescription, the spokeswoman said. The man was issued with a field court attendance notice for possess prescribed restricted substance. He is due to appear at Hornsby Local Court on 6 May.The Daily Telegraph Online reported earlier today that when it was established, Notorious - one of the newest bikie gangs - was quick to be dismissed by the motorcycle gangs. Those same gangs now find themselves in the middle of a bloody turf war with Notorious, hell-bent on proving itself on the bikie scene. Based in Kings Cross, Notorious is believed to be feuding with both the Hells Angels and Rebels. The war between the Bandidos and Notorious is being blamed for five drive-by shootings in Sydney's west and southwest in the past two weeks.

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