November 01, 2017

Rebels bikie charged for allegedly moving cars with forklift

A SENIOR Rebels bikie has been charged by police after allegedly using a forklift to stack cars blocking the entrance to a bike storage unit.

Police claim that the senior member of the Rebels Outlaw Motorcycle Gang picked up a Holden Rodeo ute and dropped it on top of a Daewoo Matiz after the owners failed to move them.


A police spokesman said that the incident happened on Friday last week after more than 50 motorcycles had participated in the Rebels’ national run in Tasmania.

After organising for the bikes to be transported by truck to a Malaga factory unit, they had asked occupants of the neighbouring unit to move the cars so that the bikes could be off-loaded.

The occupant says the two cars could not be moved because of mechanical issues and when staff returned to work on Monday morning, they discovered the vehicles had been stacked.

Police say both cars sustained significant structural and mechanical damage worth more than $10,000.

A senior Rebels bikie has been charged by police after allegedly using a forklift to stack cars blocking the entrance to a bike storage unit.
A 47-year-old Balcatta man was charged with one count of criminal damage. He is due to appear in the Midland Magistrate’s Court on November 30. Gang Crime Squad Detective Senior Sergeant Craig Annesley encouraged members of the public to come forward with information regarding outlaw motorcycle gang activity.


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