Police raid against OMC in Adelaide goes on

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A total of 70 homes have been searched as SA Police continue the investigation into recent violent incidents involving Outlaw Motorcycle Club (OMC) members and associates.

Today, police searched 18 homes across the metropolitan area in a bid to identify those people involved in events in Adelaide over the last two weeks.

As a result, ten people were reported and issued on the spot fines for a range of drug offences including possession of illicit drugs and equipment.

Detective Superintendent Mark Trenwith, Officer in Charge of Serious and Organised Crime Branch said, “This is an ongoing operation aimed at disrupting the unlawful behaviour of OMC members and associates.

These recent incidents are not random but each poses a risk to the wider, law-abiding community and will not be tolerated.”

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Source: Mirage News