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Tuesday, 16 November 2010

ongoing tensions between the Rebels and the Rock Machine gang that was trying to establish a foothold in WA

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WA gang tension over lucrative drug trade: "attempted firebombing of a Perth tattoo parlour run by bikies may be linked to a gang turf war over the lucrative illegal drug trade in Western Australia, police say.
Early on Tuesday morning, security officers were alerted by an alarm at Ink Assault Tattoos at Bibra Lakes in Perth's south, police said.
They found a smashed front window and saw the remains of two crude firebombs that had caused minor damage to the premises, owned and run by the Rebels outlaw motorcycle gang.
A witness told police he used a garden hose to extinguish the blaze which was confined to a two-square-metre section of carpet in the parlour's reception area.
Detective Superintendent Charlie Carver of Serious and Organised Crime said there were ongoing tensions between the Rebels and the Rock Machine gang that was trying to establish a foothold in WA.
Det Supt Carver told reporters that police would not let up on outlaw motorcycle gangs and their illegal drug dealing in WA, which was a very lucrative and fought-over market.
'You can buy $5000 of drugs in Sydney and sell it for three times that amount in Western Australia,' Det Supt Carver s"

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