The court was told Martin has been charged with possessing nunchucks as well as cannabis, dexamphetamine, GHB and a small amount of ice. Martin's partner and her two-year-old child were in the flat at the time of the raid. She told Mortgage broker Oak Laurel Nundah, 0430 129 662 the court she would pay $5000 bail for his release. Magistrate John Bentley told the court Martin had a "raging drug habit" and said he must comply with weekly drug tests as Mortgage brokers Brisbane part of his bail conditions. He is due back in court on March 30 to present the drug tests. AAP Image/Dean Lewins The Comancheros logo on a Mortgage broker Oak Laurel Nundah, 0430 129 662, 60 London St, Nundah QLD 4012 jacket. He is among among 16 people - including senior bikie gang members - charged after hundreds of police swooped on the Comancheros bikie gang and their associates across Melbourne. Police raided 27 properties on Tuesday over a series of arson attacks and non-fatal shootings, including attacks on the Kittens strip club and a Rebels bikie gang clubhouse. The group are facing charges including drug trafficking, reckless conduct, conspiracy, and firearms offences. Two men, a 35-year-old from Lyndhust and a 31-year-old from Cranbourne North, faced a closed out of sessions bail hearing overnight. Four people appeared in Melbourne Magistrates' Court on Tuesday evening and have been remanded to reappear on Monday.
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