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Accused Gold Coast drug bikies’ deadly threats to club member

POLICE allege one of two bikie associates accused of involvement in a cocaine racket on the Glitter Strip threatened to stab a man linked to the Comancheros motorcycle gang and leave him to “bleed out”.

Chris Duspara, 24, and Onur Ada, 29, were on Friday charged with trafficking dangerous drugs on the Gold Coast between September 2016 and November this year.

Chris Duspara.

The pair are alleged to have cut the drug with the nutritional supplement creatine and sold it to about 60 customers, more than 300 times, during the period.


Police allege the pair are linked to the Comancheros Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.

Duspara has been charged with possessing dangerous drugs, using a carriage service to harass, recruiting a person and producing and trafficking dangerous drugs.

Two alleged bikie associates charged over cocaine trafficking after Gold Coast raids.

Ada has been charged with producing and trafficking dangerous drugs and recruiting a person.

Police allege in court documents that Duspara was an associate of alleged Gold Coast Comancheros boss Corey Robert Ross and discussed with him plans to settle a score with another member of the club.

Police allege Duspara, during a phone conversation in March, said he hoped the associate, known only to police as Reece, would arrive so he could stab him.

Stabbing. Knife. Man. Generic.

“I’m carrying a knife in my back pocket right now, I actually sat down in my office and said I hope to God that Reece just rolls in here because I was going to stab the (expletive) out of him in my office and leave him bleeding out in the corner,” Duspara is alleged to have said.

Police claim Duspara later said of the associate: “He thinks I’m scared of him. I’m not I will one-on-one punch on with him.”

Police at the scene of the Gold Coast raids.

During the same phone call on March 13, Duspara allegedly boasted he had got the “highest president in Australia for the (expletive) Comancheros” involved to settle the dispute.

“This just got to the highest president in Australia for the (expletive) Comancheros. I had a Comanchero, the sergeant-of-arms in my office, of Comancheros Gold Coast chapter,” court documents allege Duspara said.

Onur Ada.

Police also claim Duspara was banned from World Gym in Surfers and made plans to pay someone to “bash” the person who banned him.

Later, Duspara and Ada allegedly phoned the man and said: “Enough of this girl talk you want to declare war, lets declare war you mother (expletive) ...”

“ ... It’s on, you mother (expletive) ... when I see ya, yes it’s on ... watch in front of your work, watch in front of the gym. I will send someone to your shop right now,” police allege Ada said during a three-way phone conversation with Duspara and the other man.

Police during the raids.

Duspara has been granted bail on a surety of $50,000 and is expected to be released from custody today after delays with surrendering his passport.

He is prohibited from contacting the man who banned him from the gym as a condition of his bail.

Ada, who is engaged to Insta-famous, Maxim cover girl Joanna Hill, was granted bail on a $20,000 surety on the condition he reside in Surfers Paradise.

Police arrested the men last week.

Both men are required to report to police and only possess one unencrypted mobile phone as a condition of their bail.

Their matters will be mentioned in the Southport Magistrates Court again in December.

There are no allegations Ms Hill is in any way involved with the criminal offences.