The president of the Satudarah MC’s Canberra chapter is behind bars after police charged him with drug trafficking and possessing suspected proceeds of crime.
Darin Paul Keir stayed in the court cells when lawyer Tim Sharman appeared on his behalf in the ACT Magistrates Court on Tuesday. Mr Sharman told the court the 40-year-old was content to remain in custody until Friday, when he planned to apply for bail.
Special Magistrate Margaret Hunter did not read the fresh charges in Mr Keir’s absence, and no details of his recent arrest or the alleged offences were given. Mr Keir had been on bail facing two weapons possession charges, after police investigating reports of an armed man trying to break into a Belconnen home allegedly found him driving around with metal knuckledusters and an extendable baton in February.
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