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Two bikies, both members of outlawed motorcycle gangs (OMCG), have been charged after a fight outside a Tweed Heads pub last month.

Police have been told that on the evening of Wednesday June 21, two groups of OMCG members became involved in an affray in the car park of a hotel on Gollan Drive, Tweed Heads West.

Following inquiries, a 39-year-old man was arrested at Tweed Heads Police Station on Saturday (July 1) and a 37-year-old man was arrested at Tweed Heads Police Station on Sunday (July 2).

Both men have been charged with affray and given conditional bail.

They will both appear before Tweed Heads Local Court on Monday July 17.

 


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  1. I would like to bet that they where both bullies at school and in their teen years they should both be locked up and

    made to listen to Strauss music for about 6 months..

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