Nomads link to man charged after dramatic arrest in Surfers Paradise

A man with possible bikie links has been charged with numerous offences after a dramatic chase and arrest in Surfers Paradise on Tuesday afternoon.

At around 5.45pm, police attempted to stop a four-wheel drive along Bundall Road in Bundall but the vehicle continued to drive off.

Polair was called in to track the car as it drove towards Orchid Avenue in Surfers Paradise, where thousands of school leavers are celebrating schoolies week.


Officers deployed a tyre deflation device but the man continued to drive, ploughing into the back of a police car right outside the Surfers Paradise police station.

The vehicle eventually came to a stop and the driver was arrested.

Police will also allege that following a search of the man, a quantity of drugs, drug paraphernalia and counterfeit money was allegedly found in his possession.

The man was transported to the Gold Coast University Hospital for treatment to injuries and was later charged.

22-year-old Jordan Bond was charged in relation to the incident with one count each of dangerous operation of a vehicle, serious assault of a police officer, driving a motor vehicle without a licence and driving under the influence of liquor.

He was also charged with a number of other offences including two counts each of possessing dangerous drugs and possessing a drug utensil and one count each of possessing counterfeit money, possessing anything for use in the commission of a crime and failing to take reasonable care and precautions in respect of a syringe or needle.

Reports suggest Bond has links to the Nomads bikie gang, he is due to appear in the Southport Magistrates Court today.