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Tasmania Police charge members of an outlaw motorcycle club

Tasmania Police has charged outlaw motorcycle club members with drug and driving offences.

Police allege they detected a 28-year-old Devonport man, a member of a newly established outlaw chapter, riding under the influence of drugs on June 29.

They will further allege he was caught driving a car under the influence of drugs on April 18.

The man will appear in Devonport Magistrates Court on September 13 on drug charges.

He will appear again on September 27 on charges of driving under the influence of drugs, riding without a licence and riding an unregistered motorcycle.

A 32-year-old member of the same club and chapter will also appear in court on September 13, facing charges of assault and unlawful possession of stolen property (alleged stolen motorcycles and 4WD motorcyles).

He will front court again on October 25 on charges of riding an unregistered motorcycle and riding without a motorcycle licence.

Police have also charged three people they described as chapter supporters with offences including possession of stolen property, assault matters and firearm related offences.

They have also seized $34,000 in cash from the “supporters”.