NSW: Alleged bikies arrested, clubhouse dismantled

POLICE say they have dismantled a Nomads bikie clubhouse and arrested several alleged members during a raid at Singleton.

Local police, joined by the Gang Squad’s Strike Force Raptor, executed a search warrant under the Restricted Premises Act on the clubhouse in Singleton just after eight o’clock on Friday night.

Numerous members of the Nomads were detained whilst police conducted a search of the premises, during which they allegedly located evidence of the unlawful sale of alcohol.


Police spoke to the lease holder and alleged President of the Nomads Hunter Valley Chapter, a 52-year-old man, who is expected to be served with a Future Court Attendance Notice for being a person in control of an unlicensed premises.

Eight other members received a warning in relation to consorting offences, while two others were allegedly found to be in possession of cannabis and amphetamines.

Police say one member was allegedly found in a possession of a knife and a total of 11 Traffic Infringement Notices and three major defect notices were issued out.

The premises was dismantled and a large number of items seized as exhibits.

Police also allegedly detected breaches of essential fire safety measures and a breach of the Environment Planning and Protection Act. Further inquiries will be conducted to determine what action is to be taken in relation to these breaches.

Anyone with information to assist police with information about the activities of OMCGs is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.