The Pastoral Times believes the Deniliquin Outlaws Motorcycle Gang no longer exists, and its clubhouse will not be used.December 18, 2012 4:05am
The Deniliquin chapter of the Outlaws Motorcycle Gang (OMCG) has reportedly shut down.
The Pastoral Times believes the club will no longer use its clubhouse in Napier St, and that the entire local chapter does not exist anymore.
But that will not hinder police, according to Deniliquin Local Area Commander, Superintendent Craig Jackson.
‘‘Whether the local chapter closes or not, will not influence what we are doing in relation to those continued investigations.
‘‘We will continue to monitor OMCG activity within the town. This whole process, ultimately, is to make Deniliquin a safer place to live.’’
There have also been reports that those wearing Outlaws colours are not welcome in Deniliquin hotels.
‘‘At the last meeting of the Deniliquin Liquor Accord the members of the accord decided that there would be no OMCG colours in their licensed premises and we support that decision,’’ Supt Jackson said.
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