Ibrahim charged: dawn raid at Greystanes

Former bikie boss Sam Ibrahim and the drummer of Rose Tattoo have been accused of being involved in a gun-running syndicate distributing military-style weapons throughout western Sydney.

Ibrahim, 45, appeared via video link in Blacktown court on Tuesday alongside Rose Tattoo member Paul DeMarco.

Ibrahim was charged with five offences including two counts of supplying a pistol and will appear in Parramatta court on April 9.

Ibrahim's sister, Maha Sayour, 43, of Wentworthville, was charged with conspiracy to commit an offence and supplying a firearm to a person unauthorised to possess it.

She appeared in court under the name Jazz Dior.

The trio were arrested during a series of dawn raids at Greystanes, Londonderry, Castlereagh, St Marys, Windsor and Warilla on Tuesday morning which allegedly uncovered guns, ammunition and illicit drugs.

Police will allege the trio are significant players in an elaborate gun trade. Investigations are continuing and further arrests are expected.

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