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Carindale Brisbane gym alleged attacker arrested after burying guns at property


A man wanted over the stabbing of a Comanchero bikie outside a Brisbane gym allegedly buried guns at a property before he was arrested.

Thomas Friedrich Myler, 35, is the third person to have been charged over the death of Levi Johnson, 23, at a Goodlife gym car park in Mansfield on Monday. 

Police received a tip-off before cornering Myler during a home raid on Skinner Avenue at Wellington Point and arresting him and his girlfriend on Friday night.

Brisbane regional crime co-ordinator Detective Superintendent Andrew Massingham said police would allege he buried ‘a number’ of guns at another property shortly before the arrest. 

A man (pictured, Thomas Myler) wanted over the stabbing of a Comanchero bikie outside a Brisbane gym allegedly buried guns at a property before he was arrested

A man (pictured, Thomas Myler) wanted over the stabbing of a Comanchero bikie outside a Brisbane gym allegedly buried guns at a property before he was arrested

Thomas Friedrich Myler, 35, is the third person to have been charged over the death of Levi Johnson, 23 (pictured), at a Goodlife gym car park in Mansfield on Monday

Thomas Friedrich Myler, 35, is the third person to have been charged over the death of Levi Johnson, 23 (pictured), at a Goodlife gym car park in Mansfield on Monday

Police received a tip-off before cornering Myler during a home raid in Wellington Point and arresting him and his girlfriend on Friday night (pictured, blue tarp at Mansfield carpark on Monday)

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