The national president of the Finks bikie gang has been charged after ice was allegedly found in his vehicle, while raids on nearby western Sydney properties uncovered weapons including crossbows and a slingshot.
The 58-year-old Mount Druitt man was stopped by Strikeforce Raptor officers while driving in St Marys on Saturday afternoon.
Police officers allegedly seized 224 grams of methylamphetamine, or ice, after a search of the man and his vehicle.
Investigators subsequently searched two properties at Mount Druitt and St Marys, seizing prohibited drugs, an airsoft pistol, three crossbows, two electronic stun devices, a slingshot, Finks outlaw motorcycle gang national colours and several electronic devices.
The Finks president was charged with possessing prohibited drugs and supplying an indictable quantity of drugs.
He was granted strict conditional bail and will appear at Penrith Local Court on May 20.
A 40-year-old male Finks associate from St Marys was charged with 15 counts of supplying a prohibited drug, possessing a prohibited drug, and driving a motor vehicle during a disqualification period.
He faced Parramatta Local Court on Sunday when he was refused bail to appear in Penrith Local Court on May 17.