Brothers 4 Life street gang arrests

Gareth McKnightSound Telegraph

WA Police have charged seven members of the Brothers 4 Life street gang in the last fortnight, with a number of the arrests believed to have been made in the greater Rockingham region.

The Gang Crime Squad has seized weapons and drugs after nine search warrants at properties linked to suspected gang members were executed.

Seven reported gang members have been charged over 27 offences in relation to illicit drugs, assaults, weapons and firearms, police claim.

They say 15 firearms were seized in addition to quantities of methylamphetamine, cannabis, cocaine and steroids.

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Detective Senior Sergeant Jason Blaine confirmed a Waikiki home was one of those raided and told the Telegraph other search warrants were executed across the southern suburbs.

“The most recent search warrant was executed on a Waikiki home on Wednesday and resulted in the seizure of ammunition, methylamphetamine and drug utensils,” he said.

“Our officers continue to work with other State Government departments and law enforcement agencies to achieve these results for the community.”

Anyone with information regarding gangs should call 1800 333 000 or by visit www.crimestopperswa.com.au.

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