Rebels OMCG members charged after search warrants find drugs, cash and guns

Some of the items seized by police. Photo: WA Police
Some of the items seized by police. Photo: WA Police

POLICE have laid more than 50 charges, including some against members of the Rebels bikie gang, after a series of search warrants were executed throughout the south west.

As part of an ongoing effort targeting the unlawful activities of the group, Gang Crime Squad detectives, with the assistance of Bunbury and Busselton Detectives and Australind Police, executed 13 search warrants on Monday and Tuesday.

As a result of the searches, police seized more than $174,000 in cash, about 56 grams of methylamphetamine, about 80 grams of MDMA, six cannabis plants, a stolen hunting rifle, a sawn-off rifle, three modified hand guns, a stolen off-road motorcycle and high value jewellery.

Police have charged 16 people, 12 men and four women, including the president, nominees and associates of the Rebels OMCG.