Police raids lead to the arrest of the top bandido

Following a gang shootout in Greenacre, police have launched a raid on organized crime networks, and two of the top bikers will be brought to justice. Tarek Zahid, the national sergeant-at-arms for the Comanchero motorcycle gang, was arrested by police after he apparently violated a serious crime prevention order.

The 41-year-old was charged around 10 a.m. on Friday with failing to notify police he was moving his residence when visiting NSW. Mr Zahed will appear in court on June 22 at Downing Center Local Court.

A barrage of gunfire killed notorious gangster Mahmoud Ahmad in Sydney’s Greenacre neighborhood on Wednesday night. Ahmad’s death, according to police minister Paul Toole, has reinforced officials’ desire to apprehend and charge people.

Mr Toole said: “The message is simple: if you are even remotely linked to organized crime, the authorities are watching, they have leads and they will act.

On Thursday, a 50-year-old member of the Bandidos biker group was also apprehended. He was transported to Bankstown Police Station and charged with possession or use of a prohibited weapon without a licence, as well as having a handgun on the premises which was subject to a restriction order.

He was denied bail and is due in court on Thursday. There is no evidence linking either guy to Ahamd’s alleged murder. Police obtained extensive information in the days leading up to and following Ahmad’s death, according to State Crime Command Director Chief Detective Darren Bennett.

“However, avoiding such disasters is an imperfect science – and a difficult one at that,” he warned.

“Ahmad was repeatedly warned of a life-threatening situation, but he decided to ignore the warnings, resulting in his death.”

Chief Superintendent Bennett said a significant number of police officers were dispatched to assist homicide investigators in the investigation of the killing and to prevent future violence. “This kind of barbarism will not be accepted,” he said. “I just want to reassure everyone that preventing these killings and holding the culprits to account is of the highest priority for the cops.”

Raptor Squad police successfully raided two residences in Sydney’s south on Thursday. Thousands of dollars in cash, expensive jewelry and illegal substances were confiscated during an arrest. Two different units produced 18 grams of cocaine, $24,050 in cash, a prohibited firearm, a prohibited weapon and cannabis.

On Friday, the Organized Crime Squad raided homes in Yagoona, Bankstown, Horningsea Park and Lane Cove West.

Police recovered $40,000 in cash, fancy watches and electronic gadgets, and banned narcotics such as cocaine, cannabis and steroids during those inspections. In October 2021, Strike Force Hawk was formed to fight organized crime across the state.

More than 800 charges were filed against approximately 250 people, and more than 70 firearms were confiscated.

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