Frankston Times 22 February 2022

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Police patrol

with Brodie Cowburn

Clubhouse searched, three arrests made POLICE searched a Hells Angels Outlaw Motorcycle Gang clubhouse in Seaford this month as part of their investigation into an alleged assault. Police allege that a man in his 20s was assaulted in Reservoir on 6 February. The alleged victim was seriously injured but was able to get away. In addition to the Seaford clubhouse, police searched residential addresses in Reservoir, Ferntree Gully, Attwood and St Kilda on 11 February. They made three arrests. A 41-year-old Reservoir man was charged with intentionally cause serious injury, recklessly cause serious injury, assault, assault with a weapon, extortion, possess schedule 4 poison, and commit indictable offence whilst on bail. Police allege he is a chapter president of the Hells Angels. A 30-year-old Ferntree Gully man, allegedly a president of the Hells Angels, was charged with intentionally cause serious injury, recklessly cause serious injury, assault, extortion, and assault with a weapon. A 24-year-old Attwood man, allegedly a sergeant at arms of the Hells Angels, was charged with intentionally cause serious injury, recklessly cause serious injury, assault, extortion, and assault with a weapon. Police say they seized items during their searches, including weapons.

11 February. They say they attempted to pull the driver over, but he evaded and ran into the backyard of a property. Police said a 16-year-old they spoke to at the property admitted to riding the bike. He was allegedly not licensed to ride a motorbike, and the bike was not registered, He was taken to Carrum Downs Police Station where he returned an evidentiary breath test reading of 0.047. In a statement, police said the boy will be summonsed to court for “unlicensed, unregistered and drink driving offences”. The bike was impounded. Police are dedicating more resources to stopping monkey bike riders in Frankston and the surrounding areas (“Monkey bike riders ‘number one issue’” The Times 15/2/2022).

Police investigate stolen plates POLICE are investigating the theft of registration plates in Frankston last month. The plates were stolen from Overton Road on 21 January. Police have released images of two men they believe can help them with their enquiries.

Police have asked anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. TWO men wanted by police over the theft of number plates. Pictures: Supplied

A MONKEY bike impounded by police. Picture: Supplied

Monkey bike impounded A 16 YEAR old has been caught riding a monkey bike with a blood alcohol reading of 0.047, police say. Police allege that they spotted the money bike traveling towards Dimitrios Close in Seaford,

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Frankston Times

22 February 2022

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