An 18-year-old Granville man, who police allege has links to a bikie gang, has been arrested over shootings relating to a contflict between the Hells Angels and the Nomads.
Officers arrested the man at his house at 7am this morning following investigations over several months.
Police will allege the teenager was involved in a shooting at Granville on March 28, during which multiple shots were fired into a business where staff were at work about 11.20pm.
View raw footage of the arrest, supplied by NSW Police Media, below:
He was refused bail to face Parramatta Local Court today.
The teenager, who turned 18 last month, has been charged with firing firearm at other than dwelling disregarding safety; and participate in criminal group.
In May, police arrested two 17-year-olds, who they alleged were members of the Hells Angels from houses in Auburn and Granville.
Detective Inspector Gavin Wood told media at the time that it was clear bikie gangs were recruiting teenage members intentionally.
Strike Force Kinnarra was established by State Crime Command’s Gangs Squad in April to investigate numerous shootings linked to conflict between the Hells Angels and Nomads.
Two search warrants are also underway today at houses linked to members of the Nomads.
To date, Strike Force Kinnarra investigators have arrested 21 people and charged them with 40 offences.
Thirteen firearms have been seized, including three rifles, four assault rifles, four handguns, a machine pistol and a shotgun; about 2500 rounds of ammunition; and drugs.
Investigations are continuing.
Any person with information about criminal activity linked to motorcycle gangs can contact Crime Stoppers, 1800 333 000.