Man charged over alleged assault of family during violent home invasion

A man with alleged links to a bikie gang has been charged, accused of attacking a family during a violent home invasion in Logan.

The 29-year-old, alleged to have been a member of the Highway 61 Outlaw Motor Cycle Gang at the time, was arrested by investigators from the Logan Major and Organised Crime Squad.

According to police, the man entered a Jimboomba home in the early hours of October 1, 2018 where he’s then allegedly assaulted a man, his wife and their child.


He has been charged with one count each of grievous bodily harm, enter dwelling with intent an indictable offence, wilful damage, stealing and two counts of assault occasioning bodily harm.

He’s due to appear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on August 22.

Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Gavin Pascoe from Logan Major and Organised Crime Squad said the arrest was part of an ongoing investigation.

“As part of our continued commitment to investigating serious and violent crimes committed by members of outlaw motorcycle gangs, this was a targeted and specific operation,” he said.

“The operation resulted in significant charges being brought against a man who at the time was a member of the Highway 61 Outlaw Motorcycle Gang,”

“We continue to focus on disrupting the illegal activities of outlaw motorcycle gangs in this state to stop crime and make our community safer.” Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Gavin Pascoe said.