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Australia Thai police arrest Australian Hell's Angel on drug charges

19:20  28 october  2019
19:20  28 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Police have arrested suspected Australian Hell ' s Angels gang member Luke Anderson last Thursday following a meeting with embassy officials over the BANGKOK (AP) — Thai police have arrested an Australian Hell ' s Angels gang member who is wanted on drug charges in Western Australia .

The men are being held on drugs charges amongst other offences. They are also being held in connection with the murder of a former member of the Thai police suspect this attack was due to Schneider' s links to the drugs trade. The four arrested men include three Australians and a Canadian.

BANGKOK (AP) — Thai police said Monday they have arrested an Australian Hell's Angels gang member who is wanted on drug charges in Western Australia.

An immigration officer uses a timeline information board describing details of Australian national Luke Anderson during a press conference at the Immigration Bureau in Bangkok, Thailand, Monday, Oct. 28, 2019. Police have arrested suspected Australian Hell's Angels gang member Luke Anderson last Thursday following a meeting with embassy officials over the problem of outlaw motorbike Hell's Angels gang member gangs. They have revoked his visa and say they will deport him, shortly. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)© Provided by The Associated Press An immigration officer uses a timeline information board describing details of Australian national Luke Anderson during a press conference at the Immigration Bureau in Bangkok, Thailand, Monday, Oct. 28, 2019. Police have arrested suspected Australian Hell's Angels gang member Luke Anderson last Thursday following a meeting with embassy officials over the problem of outlaw motorbike Hell's Angels gang member gangs. They have revoked his visa and say they will deport him, shortly. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit) Police say they arrested Luke Anderson on Thursday after meeting with Australian Embassy officials on the problem of outlaw motorbike gangs. They say they have revoked his visa and will deport him.

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BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai police have arrested four members of a Hells Angels biker gang accused of drug crimes, violence Piyapong Ensarn of the Pattaya Tourist Police told Reuters that two of the accused gang members would be deported and the two others would be charged with drug offences.

"We have informed the Australians and they have sent officials to escort him from Thailand to face charges in Australia," said police Maj. Gen. Archayon Kraithong, commander of the Immigration Bureau's Division 3. "We believe that he probably has more than one outstanding arrest warrant."

Police told reporters at a news conference in Bangkok that the arrest warrant dated back to 2017, but gave no details. They said he had been living with his Thai girlfriend in Pattaya, a coastal city notorious for crime and corruption.

According to a Thai police press release, Anderson has been arrested more than 20 times in Australia on a number of charges, including possession of illegal weapons and drugs.

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Thai police arrested three Australians and one Canadian from the Hells Angels biker gang during a raid in Pattaya. Ryan Brooks reports.

An officer also confirmed that Anderson had been involved in a violent assault on two Thai brothers in Pattaya in September 2016, along with two other Australian motorbike gang members.

"Several years ago, he committed a crime by assaulting a Thai national," said Archayon. He said Anderson is also suspected of "involvement in illegal trafficking of drugs and weapons, using Thailand as a meeting place, as a base to arrange activities in Australia. We consider him a dangerous person."

The Australian head of the Hell's Angels in Pattaya, Wayne Schneider, was bludgeoned to death in 2015 and buried in a shallow grave, in what was thought to be a drug-related dispute. Fellow Australian Antonio Bagnato was convicted of his murder and sentenced to death, but the sentence was commuted.

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