A Mongols Outlaw Motorcycle Gang nominee, stabbed at the Balga clubrooms last week, has appeared in a bedside hearing on multiple firearm, drug and motoring charges.

WA Police media spokesman Samual Dinnison said police responded to a call of an injured man at the Olney Court headquarters at 11.35pm on Friday, November 22 and allege a 32-year-old Hamersley man was in front of the property with injuries consistent with stab wounds.

Police said during the bedside hearing on Wednesday a quantity of methamphetamine was found in the man’s clothes while he was in surgery at Royal Perth Hospital.

The man has been charged with aggravated possession of a firearm, possessing an unlicensed firearm and ammunition and possessing a prohibited drug with intent to sell or supply.

The man is also due to face charges in relation to an incident in Oakfield on Sunday, November 17.

At the hearing police said the man attended at a property in Oakford armed with a handgun and damaged the front door of the residence by kicking it and throwing a large piece of concrete at it.

The hearing was told when police arrived at the property the man got back into a vehicle and rammed the police vehicle. Police pursued the vehicle, however, the pursuit was aborted for safety reasons.

In relation to this incident the man has been charged with criminal damaged, being armed in a way that may cause fear, reckless driving and failing to stop.

The man is remanded in custody and is due to appear in Perth Magistrates Court on Wednesday, December 11.

The incident in Olney Court is still being investigated and anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 bite me