Investigators from the Gold Coast Major and Organised Crime Squad (MOCS) have today arrested a 28-year-old Merrimac man with possessing a quantity of performance and image enhancing drugs and wearing a prohibited item in public.
It will be alleged by police the man is a member of the Mongols Outlaw Motorcycle Club and was identified wearing a Mongols shirt (which is a prohibited item in public).
During the search warrant on his residence police allegedly located the prohibited clothing and a quantity of steroids.
The man has been bailed from the Southport watchhouse to appear in the Southport Magistrates Court on March 25 to answer the charges.
“The Queensland Police Service adopts a very strong approach to policing the visible wearing of outlaw motorcycle gang ‘colours’ in all public places. We will continue to be unrelenting in our efforts to use serious and organised crime legislation to disrupt and prosecute members of organised crime syndicates who pose a risk to our community,” Detective Inspector Glen Donaldson of MOCS said.
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