Police accused of stealing whisky from a person linked to Comanchero MC

The owner of a wholesale liquor outlet has launched civil action against Victoria Police over allegations two boxes of Johnnie Walker Blue Scotch whisky, which one officer allegedly said would “go down well at the Christmas party”, were stolen during raids on his Boronia business.

Michael Jones, who owns a string of brothels in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, alleges in court documents that police also took an expensive pen and $1600 cash during the 2018 raids, which were part of a money-laundering investigation against the Comanchero MC.

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