Injured Hamersley man with outlaw motorcycle gang links charged

A WA Police spokesman said at 11.35pm on November 22, police were called to Olney Court in Balga where they found a 32-year-old man, allegedly in possession of a loaded gun, with injuries consistent with multiple stab wounds.

‘It was identified the man had links to the Mongols outlaw motorcycle gang, and a search warrant was executed at their Olney Court clubhouse,’ the spokesman said.

The injured man was taken to hospital for emergency surgery.

‘It will be alleged an amount of a substance believed to be methylamphetamine was located in his clothes,’ the spokesman said.

The man was also charged in relation to an incident in Oakford on November 17.

The accused went to a house allegedly armed with a gun, kicked the door and threw a lump of concrete at it.

‘It will be further alleged when Police arrived, responding to an emergency call, the accused got back into a vehicle and rammed the police vehicle,’ the spokesman said.

‘The vehicle was pursued but the pursuit was aborted for safety reasons.’

In relation to both incidents the Hamersley man was charged with firearm and drug-related offences, criminal damage, being armed in a way that may cause fear, reckless driving and failing to stop.

He had a bedside hearing on November 27 and was remanded in custody. He is due to appear at Perth Magistrates Court on December 11.

The investigation into the Balga incident is ongoing.

Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.