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Monday, 30 January 2012

Traffic offences trouble for Sydney bikie duo

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Two men allegedly linked to the Comancheros bikie gang are to face court over driving offences, after a Gang Squad operation in Sydney's south-west on Friday. Officers from Strike Force Raptor stopped a motorcycle they say was being driven by a Comancheros member at Milperra about 10:15pm (AEDT). Police say the 51-year-old rider returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.106, more than twice the legal limit. The Marrickville man's license was suspended and he was issued a court attendance notice for mid-range drink driving. About 25 minutes later police stopped a car at Milperra they say was being driven by a Comancheros associate. Police say a check revealed the 20-year-old Fairfield man's licence had been suspended. He was issued a court attendance notice for driving whilst suspended. Both men are due to face Bankstown Local Court in March. The Comancheros have a clubhouse in Milperra.

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