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Police charge alleged members and associates of the Hells Angels after co-ordinated raids across Darwin

KIERAN BANKS, Crime reporter, NT News

October 11, 2017 1:25pm

FOUR Hells Angels bikies and associates have been charged with drug and weapons offences following co-ordinated raids across Darwin

Two men aged 44 and 42, and two women aged 29, were arrested at properties in Bellamack, Girraween, The Gardens and Driver after raids on Tuesday at 4.40pm.

Police allegedly seized quantities of methamphetamine, cocaine, cannabis, gamma-Butyrolactone, and a pair of knuckle dusters during the raids.

Organised Crime Division Detective Senior Sergeant Mark Stringer said the 44-year-old man was also charged with allegedly assaulting police as members of the Territory Response Group stormed his Bellamack property.

A search of the residence allegedly located 10g of methamphetamine.

“At the same time, another warrant was being executed at a residence in Driver. As a result, police seized a small quantity of cannabis and methamphetamine, and arrested a 29-year-old woman,” Sen-Sgt Stringer said.

He said police allegedly found fireworks and the pair of knuckle dusters at the Girraween property.

“The other warrant was at a hotel room in The Gardens, where police uncovered a small quantity of cocaine, gamma-Butyrolactone and $2100 cash,” Sen-Sgt Stringer said.

All four are expected to appear in Darwin Local Court today on weapons, drugs and property offences.