POLICE said they have wrapped up the major part of a nationwide investigation into a bloody fight between bikie gangs on the Gold Coast following the arrest of a Hells Angel member in Sydney.Troy McKever Stewart, 33, was to be extradited to the Gold Coast on Monday morning to face Southport Magistrates Court on an attempted murder charge later that day.
Police allege he was one of up to three men from rival gangs who fired shots among a crowd of 1600 at a kick-boxing event at Royal Pines Resort on March 18.
Five people were shot or stabbed in the melee between the Hells Angels and Finks.
Stewart and another man, an alleged bikie gang leader, were arrested about 3.30pm (AEST) yesterday in a car during a series of police drug raids in Sydney that also netted one of New South Wales's most wanted fugitives, Ramon Youmaran.
Police will allege they found 3.7g of amphetamine and a quantity of cash in the men's possession.
Mr Stewart was the last alleged "key player" arrested out of five bikies whom police believe were directly involved in wounding five people at the kickboxing event.
Police allege Mr Stewart was responsible for shooting a Finks member.
Insp Hartwell said police would lay minor charges of affray once they identified and tracked down the alleged offenders from interstate.
"There is a code of silence amongst the outlaw motorcycle clubs and we've had no cooperation from them," Insp Hartwell said.
SYDNEY police have arrested a man wanted in Queensland for attempted murder following a Gold Coast kickboxing event.Five people were shot or stabbed in a wild melee between the Hell's Angels and Finks motorcycle gangs at the Royal Pines Resort at Carrara on March 18.
A Queensland arrest warrant for attempted murder was issued for Gold Coast man Shane Scott Bowden.
Police allege he was one of up to three men from the rival bikie gangs who fired shots among a crowd of 1600 at the kick-boxing event.
NSW Police said today a 32-year-old man was charged with a Queensland arrest warrant for the offence of attempted murder.
The charge relates to a brawl during a boxing night at a Carrara resort on Saturday March 18, NSW Police said.
The man wanted for the Gold Coast attempted murder is expected to be extradited back to Queensland today.
Police said he had been living in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
He and another man, an alleged bikie gang leader, were arrested together about 3.30pm (AEST) in a car in inner-city Haymarket, police said.
Police will allege they located 3.7g of amphetamine and a quantity of cash in possession of the men.
A 36-year-old Pyrmont man was subsequently charged with supply prohibited drug and money laundering.
Both men were refused bail to appear in Sydney's Central Local Court later today.