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Friday, 10 February 2012

associates of the Rebels bikie gang will contest weapons and drug charges relating to a police raid on their homes

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Two local men believed to associates of the Rebels bikie gang will contest weapons and drug charges relating to a police raid on their homes last November, Yass Local Court heard on Tuesday.

Christopher John Hasler, 41, of Bowning, intends to plead not guilty to two charges of possessing a prohibited drug (cannabis), two charges of possessing an unauthorised pistol, and one charge of possessing an unauthorised firearm.
Jobay Williams, 40, of Yass, pleaded not guilty to charges of possessing prohibited ammunition, having an unauthorised firearm, having an unregistered firearm, not keeping a firearm safe, possessing a prohibited weapon and possessing a prohibited drug.
Magistrate Geraldine Beattie adjourned both matters until March 6. They are both subject to conditional bail.
The charges relate to raids on a rural Bowning property and a Yass home on November 24 by detectives of Strike Force Raptor, a gangs squad which investigates and arrests members and associates of outlaw motorcycle gangs who are involved in criminal activities.
A third man was arrested during the same raid. Police are still investigating the 63-year-old Bowning man after suspending his firearms licence.:Text may be subject to copyright.This blog does not claim copyright to any such text. Copyright remains with the original copyright holder

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