Mongols member first face queensland anti bikie laws in 2007 and then again in November 2013 after the council was criticised by police and community groups, the court heard.
The court heard evidence the case had been delayed by a legal battle and adjourned to September 2016.
Police had been sent to the home by the Queensland Police Anti-Bikie Committee because it had issued an infringement notice following a comp코인 카지노laint about the house’s owner.
A search found two firearms, several items of stolen property, cannabis, cash and stolen property in the house.
It was claimed the offending was committed between June 2012 and September 2013 with the owner of the property failing to report it to the authorities.
Magistrate Peter McComb said his late client, who is from a close-knit family, had not been able to be seen by his family since his arrest in September 2013.
At the time Magistrate McComb said it was a long time since he had seen the offender and had expressed frustration in hearing he had committed these offences.
“His actions were particularly repugnant to many Queenslanders, particularly the community who are concerned in the level of violence and abuse toward에스엠 카지노s the women who come to him for assistance,” he said.
The magistrate concluded the criminal activity in the late 90s was a case of “shifting the focus away from the original crime and towards the fact the offender has moved out of Queensland”.
The offender was charged with thr에스엠 카지노ee counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, four counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, and two counts of committing an indignity to a member of the public.
The judge said the victim had suffered mental and physical trauma.
Magistrate McComb sentenced the offender to a year in a youth correctional facility with all conditions suspended for up to 10 years and three-month conditions in another correctional facility at Rochdale.
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