TWO Rebels bikies ran down a
member of the Comancheros after bashing him at a family
restaurant in one of three public attacks in recent weeks, a
court has heard.
A man who can’t be named, 24,
and Dale Moore, 33, are behind bars on a string of assault
charges after raids on several Melbourne homes by Victoria
Police’s anti-bikie taskforce this morning.
Detective Senior Constable
Emma Hayes told Dandenong Magistrates’ Court this afternoon the
men were arrested over three separate attacks in the past month.
“The pair have a total
disregard for others in the community and have an untouchable
mentality,” Sen-Constable Hayes said.
Magistrate Julie Ann O’Donnell
heard the man and Mr Moore set upon a patron at the Sandown Park
Hotel in Noble Park at 6.30pm on October 1, telling him “no one
f---s with our club.”
The victim didn’t report the
incident to police but it was captured on CCTV, the court heard.
On October 5, the pair were
allegedly captured on CCTV approaching a member of the
Comancheros motorcycle gang, with Mr Moore producing a silver
Sen-Constable Hayes said the
man and Mr Moore returned to the restaurant on October 12
carrying a black satchel, and asked staff to be seated outside.
There they allegedly
approached a Comanchero member and punched him before a fight
broke out around terrified patrons.
The Comanchero was allegedly
shown the contents of the satchel and immediately “took two
“It is unknown what was in the
satchel,” Sen-Constable Hayes said.
Ms O’Donnell heard the two men
were driving away in a silver Chrysler as the Comanchero walked
towards it when he was allegedly struck and rolled over the
The vehicle did a U-turn and
the man who can’t be named made a gun gesture with his hands and
CCTV captured patrons fleeing
the restaurant in fear, the court heard.
“They are clearly endangering
the safety and welfare of the public,” Sen-Constable Hayes said.
The man did not apply for
bail, but requested urgent medical attention for bleeding to his
Mr Moore was refused bail
after promising Ms O’Donnell he would abide by strict
They are both due to face
court again later this month.