Police believe they have crippled an outlaw motorcycle gang in WA after arresting the club's alleged State president and sergeant-at-arms after a three-month investigation.
Four men will face court today after they were charged by officers from the Australian Federal Police and WA Police yesterday.
It is alleged the State president, 42, and the sergeant-at-arms, 38, of the Lone Wolf motorcycle gang were caught selling about one kilogram of crystal methamphetamine to a man in Beckenham.
The estimated street value of the drugs is $1 million.
After the arrest, police searched houses in Beckenham and Gosnells as well as the gang's Canning Vale clubhouse, where another man was arrested.
They seized more than $799,000 in cash, 300g of methamphetamine, mobile phones, computer equipment and drug paraphernalia.
Australian Federal Police Commander Matt Rippon said police were deliberately targeting the heads of outlaw motorcycle gangs.
He warned other gang leaders to start looking over their shoulders because police were "hunting them down".
Commander Rippon said methamphetamine continued to have a horrendous public health impact in WA and across the country.
"There are probably 1000 hits that have been stopped from going onto the street," he said.
"It also means that the human misery you see every day out on the street and families being broken up, torn apart by the insidious drug have been prevented.
"The issue is that there's a demand there for the drug, there's a continued demand for it, and the profit margin is so great that the temptation for criminal groups to dip their toe in the water and have a go is always going to be there."
Officers seized and restrained a number of assets under WA proceeds of crime action, including the Lone Wolf clubhouse, three cars and six Harley Davidson motorbikes.
The Lone Wolf gang was established in WA last year and has about 20 members in the State.
WA State Crime Commander Pryce Scanlan said the arrest sent a clear message to members that they were not welcome in WA.
"From a WA Police perspective, it's fairly important we target these clubs in their infancy stage," he said.
"The activities of the gang crime squad and the national anti-gang squad upset and crippled the activities of this club and sends a clear message to them."
The 42-year-old from Beckenham has been charged with selling or supplying a prohibited drug and possession of stolen or unlawfully obtained property.
The 38-year old from Gosnells and a 35-year-old Bayswater man, who police allege is also a member of the gang, have been charged with selling or supplying a prohibited drug.
A 43-year-old from New South Wales was charged with possessing a prohibited drug with intent to sell or supply and possessing stolen or unlawfully obtained property.
There are about 10 established outlaw motorcycle gangs in WA and up to 40 nationwide.
The police investigation is ongoing.