Bikies arrested over brawl

NSW Gangs Squad detectives investigating a violent brawl between bikies and security guards at a Sydney hotel on the weekend have arrested four Hells Angels members.

About 11.15pm Friday, four men, some of whom were wearing Hells Angels colours, allegedly pushed, spat and threatened security guards after being refused entry into a Parramatta hotel.

A couple of hours later two of the men were allegedly seen near the hotel with a sword and handgun. A number of shots were allegedly fired at the security guards but no-one was injured.

Detectives attached to Strike Force Kinnarra, the squad set up to investigate ongoing conflict between the Hells

Angels and Nomads bikie gangs, carried out a series of dawn raids in Sydney's west today.

Four men - one aged 23 and three aged 26 - were arrested.

Investigations are continuing.



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