Four members of the Hells Angels outlaw motorcycle gang have now been charged in relation to a brawl and a shooting in the Parramatta central business district at the weekend.
The four men were arrested about 6.30am today during simultaneous search warrants at West Ryde, Rhodes, Telopea and Merrylands.
View raw footage of the arrests, provided by NSW Police Media below:
A search warrant was also executed at Lidcombe.
A 26-year-old West Ryde man and a 26-year-old Merrylands man were each charged with discharge firearm in public place; affray; custody of an offensive implement; armed with intent; and participate in criminal group.
A 23-year-old Rhodes man and a 26-year-old Telopea man were each charged with affray; and participate in criminal group.
The older man was also charged with intimidating police.
All were refused bail to face Parramatta Local Court today.
Police will allege the men were involved in a confrontation with security officers at the Albion hotel on Harris Street, Parramatta on Friday, July 13, during which the officers were pushed, punched, spat on and threatened.
They will also allege two of the men returned to the area two hours later, with a number of shots fired towards security officers. No-one was injured.
Officers allege that an officer was threatened during the arrest at Telopea this morning.
Gangs Squad detectives have been investigating the incident under Strike Force Kinnarra.
They were assisted by officers from the South West Metropolitan Region Enforcement Squad.
Inquiries are continuing.