PICTURED: Rebels bikie boss, 39, at the centre of a massive alleged drug and guns bust – as footage emerges of cops taking apart an alleged meth den and finding wads of cash
- Rebels bikie leader Micheal John De-La-Warr has been charged following raid
- Police allegedly found 13kg of drugs, and stolen firearms at a QLD property
- Six other bikie associates were also arrested in the aftermath of the police sting
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The leader of a Rebels bikie gang chapter has been charged over a huge drug bust after a major police raid on a home south of Brisbane.
Micheal John De-La-Warr, 39 – the alleged president of the Logan chapter of the Rebels – has been charged with possessing and producing meth and cannabis. De-La-Warr has also been hit with possessing explosives and unlawfully possessing weapon.
Queensland detectives laid more than 50 drug, weapon and burglary charges against six other alleged associates of the bikie group after a raid on a property in Chambers Flat last Friday.
Footage of the raid which shows officers dismantling the property where they allegedly found large wads of cash inside the home, along with a cache of drugs, several firearms and ammunition.
Police will allege they located more than 1kg of methylamphetamine (ice), 12kg of cannabis, seven firearms, a large range of ammunition, $50,000 in counterfeit currency and two stolen cars along with other drug quantities and utensils as part of the operation.
Micheal John De-La-Warr, who is the president of the Logan chapter of the Rebels was charged with a string of drug and weapons offences
Footage of the raid which shows officers dismantling the property where they allegedly found large wads of cash inside the home, along with a cache of drugs, several firearms and ammunition
Officers also allegedly discovered evidence of cannabis farming rooms and dismantled amphetamine labs on the property.
De-La-Warr was granted bail after he appeared in the Southport Magistrates Court on Monday, the Courier Mail reported.
He is not allowed to speak to his co-accuseds, leave the country and must reside at a specific address in Crestmead, Logan.
The six other alleged bikies arrested after the raids have since been named as Katerina Mialkovsky, Jason Turner, Stephen Kakakios, Jeremy Egan, a man known as B Richard and another known as A Smith.
Ms Mialkovsky, Mr Turner, Mr Richard and Mr Egan have been hit with weapons and drug offences, while Mr Kakakios was charged with entering a dwelling and committing and indictable offence.
Officers laid more than 50 drug, weapon and burglary charges on seven alleged Rebels Outlaw Motorcycle Gang associates after the raid of a south Brisbane property on Holloway Road in Chambers Flat on Friday
Seven firearms were also allegedly seized during the raid
Mr Smith was charged with possessing explosives and failing to dispose of a syringe and needle.
Footage of the raid shows detectives from Ipswich and the Organised Crime Gangs Group searching through piles of branches and removing caches full of weapons and drugs.
The raid was carried out as part Operation Uniform Neo which was established in August after several firearms were allegedly stolen from a property in Ottaba, 120km north of Chambers Flat.
The Rebels president will face court again on October 12, while his co-accused will front court in September, October and November.
Queensland Police allegedly found over a kilo of methylamphetamine, 12kg of cannabis, seven firearms, ammunition, about $50,000 in counterfeit money (above) and two stolen cars