A man, who police say is a member of the Rebels OMCG, and a woman, have been charged with drugs and weapons offences following a raid on a home in Logan.
Officers from the Organised Crime Gangs Group executed a search warrant on the property in Logan Village yesterday, where they uncovered two firearms, various firearm parts and ammunition, counterfeit currency and three stolen motor vehicles.
During the search, police also allegedly found a stolen forklift, illicit cigarettes valued at approximately $15,000, about $9500 cash and a large amount of Rebels OMCG clothing.
ARTICLE CONTINUES AFTER THIS ADVERTISEMENT
A 36-year-old man and 26-year-old woman have both been issued notices to appear for possessing dangerous drugs.
The man has also been charged with one count each of unlawful possession of a firearm and explosives, while the woman has been charged with one count of possession of drug utensils.
The pair are due to appear in Beenleigh Magistrates Court on December 4.
Acting Detective Inspector Ian Galpin said the discovery was quite “concerning”.
“It is always concerning when members of an identified organisation such as the Rebels OMCG are found in possession of firearms, counterfeit currency, stolen property and drugs,” he saod.
“However we remain determined to investigate their involvement in serious and organised crime and this is yet another example of the hard work taking place by members of the Organised Crime Gangs Group on a daily basis,” Acting Detective Inspector Galpin said.
Investigations are ongoing and police say further charges are expected.