Police charge Rebels bikie with defrauding
bank of $1.6M
The Daily Telegraph
A REBELS bikie linked to the men
accused of killing Mafioso Pasquale Barbaro has been charged
with defrauding a bank out of more than $1.6 million.
Mustafa Shekeb, 29, attended
Parramatta Police Station yesterday, where he was charged with
falsifying documents to obtain a $688,000 bank loan in 2014.
Police allege Shekeb also helped a
Rebels mate get another loan for $960,000 in 2016, again by using
Shekeb was netted in a huge State
Crime Command raid across Sydney on November 29, as Gang and
Homicide squad police arrested nine Rebels and associates in
connection to the murder of Barbaro, gunned down in an Earlwood
Street a fortnight earlier.
One-time Rebel Abuzar ĎAbsí
Sultani, believed to have formed his own highly-organised breakaway
syndicate, was among three men charged with the Barbaro murder.
Shekeb was charged with two counts
of dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception, to appear
in Parramatta Local Court on May 24.