Hells Angels associate granted bail after huge Gold Coast drug bust

A Hell’s Angels associate has been granted bail after police allegedly found 12 kilograms of ice in his car on the Gold Coast.

The 67-year-old man from Varsity Lakes and associate of the Hells Angels last week charged with possession of drugs, trafficking drugs and possessing things used in commission of an offence.

Wayne Holland appeared in Southport Magistrates Court today where he was granted bail and remanded for mention in May.


Wayne Holland is believed to be an associate of the Hells Angels due to various badges and paraphernalia found at his property during the search.

It comes after police conducted a vehicle search after the man’s car was intercepted in Reedy Creek on Thursday April 11.

Police allegedly found a large quantity of methylamphetamine (ice) concealed within the car, prompting a search warrant of the man’s property.

It will then be alleged that officers found computer equipment at a location in Varsity Lakes, and equipment used to make MDMA at an address in Burleigh Heads.

12 kilograms of methylamphetamine was seized – believed to be valued at $1,440,000.

Detectives suspect the drugs were being transported north from Sydney.

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