Five more Rebels arrested

Five members of the Liverpool Rebels outlaw motorcycle gang were arrested on Monday.

Police said the gang was under investigation for a number of criminal activities, including an alleged brawl with members of the Lone Wolf outlaw motorcycle gang.

The arrested members included the club’s president and sergeant at arms.

The 28-year-old president was charged with numerous licensing offences.

The 27-year-old sergeant at arms was charged with fraud totaling $650,000 and over the brawl. 

A 22-year-old and 23-year-old member of the Rebels Liverpool chapter were charged over the brawl and will appear at Parramatta Local Court next month.

A 35-year-old member of the Rebels Macarthur chapter was charged with fraud totaling$650,000 and will appear at Campbelltown Local Court in June.

Police said the arrests follow Friday’s raids of a number of properties in south west Sydney.

At one property in Rossmore, officers located a hydroponic cannabis set-up containing almost 50 plants.

The Rebels Warwick Farm clubhouse was also dismantled during the raids.

Four people including a 21-year-old Rebels members from Cecil Hills, were arrested and charged for various offences.

Investigations are continuing and police ask anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers, 1800 333 000.