Detectives from Task Force Maxima have charged the treasurer of the FINKS Gold Coast Chapter with fraud and tainted property.
The arrest comes as part of a national day of action focused on the FINKS outlaw motorcycle gang.
It’s alleged the 22-year-old man dishonestly transferred $150,000.00 out of a company of which he was a director.
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At the time of interception, police located in excess of $12,000 cash in the man’s possession, believed to be tainted property.
“This day of action demonstrates the commitment of law enforcement and Commonwealth agencies in working together to detect, deter and disrupt the criminal activities of all Australian OMCGs through the Task Force Morpheus national framework (of which Task Force Maxima is a member).
“Through the promotion of collaborative and cohesive arrangements, jurisdictions are working together to exploit every opportunity to target OMCGs in Australia,” Detective Inspector Phil Stevens, Task Force Maxima, stated.
The man will appear in the Southport Magistrates Court tomorrow.