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Two Rebel OMCG members charged over an assault at a cemetery

Thursday, 20 May 2010 11:14am

Police have arrested two members of the Rebel Outlaw Motor Cycle Gang and seized stolen items following an assault at a cemetery last Sunday morning.

About 1am on Sunday 16 May, a 30-year-old man suffered serious injuries following an assault by three men at the Minmi Cemetery. NSW Ambulance Paramedics attended the cemetery and conveyed the victim to John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle. He suffered fractures to his face, ribs and eye socket, and is now in a stable condition.

Following investigations into the assault, about 10am yesterday (Tuesday 18 May), police executed a search warrant on a Rebels OMCG clubhouse in Throsby St, Wickham.

Police seized suspected stolen items at the premises, including a sickle, machetes and two Harley Davidson motorcycles.

About 12.10pm police arrested a 45-year-old man at a home in Mount Hall Road, Raymond Terrace.

About 12.40pm police arrested a 23-year-old man at a l property in Parkway Avenue in Hamilton South.

Both men were charged with maliciously inflict grievous bodily harm and specially aggravated detain for advantage.

Both men have been bail refused and are due to appear in Newcastle Local Court this morning.

Police want to speak with a 22-year-old man, who may be able to assist with their enquiries.

Anyone with information about the circumstances surrounding the assault is urged to contact Newcastle City Police via Crime Stoppers on 1800 Bite me



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