Australia Alleged bikies storm Adelaide car yard armed with hammers and machete

09:05  03 june  2020
09:05  03 june  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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a car parked in a parking lot: Blair Athol car yard targeted by alleged bikies. (ABC News) © Provided by ABC NEWS Blair Athol car yard targeted by alleged bikies. (ABC News) Several alleged bikies have been charged over a fight with weapons including hammers and knives at a car yard in Adelaide's northern suburbs yesterday afternoon, police have said.

Police said members of the Descendants outlaw motorcycle gang allegedly became involved in a scuffle with others at the Blair Athol yard about 4:30pm.

Investigators searched a number of properties in the surrounding areas and several men were arrested.

The Adelaide Magistrates Court was today told the group was armed with hammers, knives and poles, and allegedly assaulted a man over a financial dispute involving a recent car sale.

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Eight men were initially arrested, but that number has since increased to 11 and several have been charged with aggravated affray and criminal association.

Witnesses of the brawl said they saw several men cross Main North Road armed with poles, and one with a machete, before a group of at least 20 stormed the business.

"They were running straight towards the car yard, and then they all started brawling, a few people had poles, one had a machete," the witness said.

"I saw a few people with cuts on their face."

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It is illegal for bikies from 10 declared groups, including the Descendants, to go out in public in groups of three or more.

Superintendent Steve Taylor, from the Serious and Organised Crime Branch, said SA Police were committed to eradicating this kind of behaviour.

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"The legislation has had a significant impact on [gang] members in South Australia in terms of their ability to meet, interact and plan their activities," he said.

"Police will continue to enforce this law and take positive action to ensure public safety is maintained."

One of the men — a 46-year-old from Paralowie — has also been charged with assault and unlawful threats.

Several of the accused men including Matthew Aaron Pepper, 35, and Perry Mackie, 63, have already appeared in court.

A lawyer for Mr Pepper told the Port Adelaide Magistrates Court he was a family man and should be released.

The magistrate granted the application.

Mr Mackie's lawyer said there was no evidence he carried a weapon or assaulted anyone, but police said his clothing matched vision of the incident.

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