Sunday, November 28, 2021

Intruder storms Perth home of accused killer of ex-bikie boss Nick Martin

An intruder has scaled the back fence of a home in Perth belonging to the man accused of assassinating former Rebels bikie boss Nick Martin.
The accused killer was arrested earlier this week and faced court on Tuesday.
Nobody was arrested in connection with the overnight intrusion, and police won’t say why the person wanted to get in, what they were looking for, and if they found it.
9News can also reveal a former Rebels bikie and one-time close friend of Mr Martin was questioned by homicide detectives about his murder, but has not been charged.
Detectives are now hunting for the mastermind who ordered the alleged contract kill that saw Mr Martin shot from a distance at the Kwinana Motorplex in December.
Police have also arrested a second member of the Rock Machine club over a separate incident — a drive-by shooting at a home in Port Kennedy last week.

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