New South Wales Police have charged the national President of the Finks bikie gang and an associate with serious drug offences.
Detectives from Strike Force Raptor have been investigating the supply of drugs by bikie gangs in Sydney’s west.
Officers pulled over a 58-year-old man in a vehicle in St Marys on Saturday, allegedly locating 224g of methylamphetamine.
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Police then raided a property in St Marys and another in Mt Druitt, seizing an air soft pistol, three crossbows, two electronic stun devices and a slingshot.
They also found national colours of the Finks bikie gang.
The man was charged with supply indictable quantity of prohibited drug and possess prohibited drug.
He was granted strict bail to front Penrith Local Court on Monday 20 May.
A 40-year-old St Marys man, who Police allege is an associate of the Finks, was charged with 15 counts of supply prohibited drug, possess prohibited drug, and drive motor vehicle during disqualification period.
He fronted court on Sunday and was refused bail to reappear on Friday.