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Rebels bikie boss among seven arrested after raids on home in Chambers Flat, Logan, QLD


REVEALED: Rebels bikie boss, 39, at the centre of a massive alleged drug and firearm bust – as footage emerges of cops taking apart and alleged meth den and finding wads of cash

  • Rebels bikie leader Micheal John De-La-Warr has been charged following raid
  • Police allegedly found 13kg of drugs, and stolen firearms at a QLD property
  • Six other bikie associates were also arrested in the aftermath of the police sting

The leader of a Rebels bikie gang chapter has been charged over a huge drug bust after a major police raid on a home south of Brisbane. 

Micheal John De-La-Warr, 39 – the alleged president of the Logan chapter of the Rebels – has been charged with possessing and producing meth and cannabis. De-La-Warr has also been hit…



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