News

Charges for murdering bikie's son

A MAN has been charged over the stabbing murder of a bikie's son in Sydney last year.

Hayden Burnes, 15, died after being repeatedly stabbed at the Western Sydney industrial estate where his father worked on December 5.

At the time detectives attached to Strike Force Lemongrove were exploring a range of motives including possible links between Hayden's father's involvement with the Lone Wolf bikie gang and the close proximity of a Hells Angels owned business.

Earlier this year, police released CCTV footage of a suspect and a car.

On Monday morning, a 36-year-old man from the Central Coast was arrested in Parramatta.

He was charged with murder on Monday afternoon.Police have also seized a silver Hyundai, which they believe was used before and after the stabbing,

Detective Superintendent Michael Willing said he believed there were "other people" who knew what happened the day Hayden died and urged anyone with information to come forward.Investigations are continuing and police expect to make further arrests.

Topics:  bikies, murder



Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Green thumbed crime needs to be weeded out: cops

The site of a stolen tree at Casuarina.

Landscaping misdemeanours are flowering in the Casuarina village.

‘I’m not drunk or lazy: I’ve got MS.’

MS Suffer Debbie Monaghan on her mobility scooter at Tweed Heads.

Debbie Monaghan often attracts unwanted attention from strangers whe

Latest deals and offers

Barnaby Joyce talks Johnny Depp's dogs in Tweed

Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce talks about Johnny Depp's dogs Pistol and Boo...

Road rage caught on Dashcam

Attack with a baseball bat caught on Dashcam

Video of a violent road rage incident in Orange last December.

Malcolm Turnbull and Barnaby Joyce tour Rockhampton sweet potato farm

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce visit a...

Perfect time to invest in Northern Rivers property

The Northern Rivers rental market is tighter than Sydney making it the perfect time for investors to get better returns out of property than superannuation or banks deposits.

Low interest rates and tight rental market are prime time to invest