Comancheros bikie boss well-known for carrying Gucci to court docket is extradited to Sydney in a Nike tracksuit after allegedly bashing a person within the bogs of Crown Casino
- Comancheros nationwide sergeant at arms behind bars after extradited to Sydney
- Tarek Zahed, 40, was escorted by means of Sydney Airport by heavily-armed officers
- Arrested in Melbourne a number of weeks after NSW Police issued warrant for arrest
A Gucci-loving bikie boss has been extradited to Sydney a number of weeks after a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Comancheros bikie boss Tarek Zahed, 40, was escorted by heavily-armed officers from in handcuffs by means of Sydney Airport after touching down on a flight from Melbourne about 4.20pm on Monday.
Renowned for his love for luxurious vogue labels, Zahed was casually wearing a black Nike T-shirt and blue and purple tracksuit pants.
He refused to reply questions from reporters asking what he had been doing in Melbourne, and whether or not he was avoiding police, however smiled beneath his masks when requested about his Gucci outfit.
Tarek Zahed (pictured) is pushed away by police after he was extradited to Sydney on Monday afternoon
Tarek Zahed enters the terminal at Sydney Airport moments after he touched down from a flight that arrived from Melbourne
He was led right into a police automotive to be moved to the Surry Hills police station.
The NSW Police have been searching the Comancheros nationwide sergeant at arms, who was wished on an impressive revocation of parole warrant.
The warrant was issued after Zahed was charged with affray when he allegedly punched one other diner in the bathroom of a swanky Italian restaurant at Sydney’s new Crown on line casino in January.
He was granted bail however needed to report back to police day by day as a part of his strict situations forward of going through court docket this week.
The State Parole Authority later issued a warrant for Zahed’s arrest as he was on a court-appointed parole order on the time of the alleged assault.
He had been launched on parole in December after he appealed his sentence for coping with the property proceeds of crime.
Police launched a public enchantment to trace down Zahed to revoke his parole.
Comancheros bikie boss Tarek Zahed (pictured) was extradited to Sydney on Monday a number of weeks after a warrant was issued for his arrest
Comanchero National Sergeant at Arms Tarek Zahed (pictured) was casually wearing a black Nike T-shirt and blue and purple tracksuit pants as he was led away by Strike Force Raptor officers
Heavily armed officers from Victoria Police and Australian Federal Police arrested Zahed in Altona North in Melbourne’s south west final Friday as he returned dwelling from a mosque.
Zahed is believed to have been residing in close by Point Cook since fleeing to Melbourne.
He was taken to Melbourne West Police Station and appeared in Melbourne Magistrate Court on Monday the place NSW Police utilized for his extradition to Sydney, which was granted.
‘The Raptor Squad will help to return the person, who’s a high-ranking member of the Comanchero OMCG, into the custody of Corrective Services NSW,’ a police assertion learn.
Defence lawyer Damian Sheales requested a number of moments with Zahed forward of his listening to in Melbourne, the Daily Telegraph reported.
‘We have been attempting to talk with the consumer, due to all of the restrictions, if I might simply have 5 minutes with the consumer,’ he requested the court docket.
Tarek Zahed (pictured in handcuffs) was escorted by means of the Sydney Airport terminal by closely armed officers after arriving from Melbourne on Monday
Tarek Zahed (pictured in a police automotive) transported to the Surry Hills correctional centre following his extradition from Melbourne to Sydney on Monday