First Commanchero arrested over brawl - anger spills outside court
AN alleged Commanchero bikie has been arrested over the Sydney airport brawl that led to the death of a man linked to the gang, police say. Anthony Zervas, 29, the brother of senior Hells Angels member Peter Zervas, was left to die in a pool of blood after the March 22 brawl involving several men, including members of the Comanchero bikie gang. Sydney courts have been told Anthony Zervas suffered severe head injuries during the brawl as a result of being bludgeoned with a steel bollard. Police also allege he suffered stab wounds before he died. Gang squad detectives today arrested a 32-year-old man at Punchbowl, in Sydney's southwest. "Police will allege the man is a member of the Hells Angels outlaw motor cycle gang,'' police said. He is being questioned by police and is expected to face charges. If charged, he will be the first Hells Angel member or associate to face court over the fatal brawl. Six Comancheros have already been charged with affray in relation to the incident. Yesterday, one of those six men - gang boss Mahmoud "Mick'' Hawi - was charged with Anthony Zervas' murder.
Hells Angels and Bandidos farewell Anthony Zervas Sydney
Hells Angels and Bandidos farewell Anthony Zervas Brother of hells angels member killed after Sydney airport Brawl
Bikie boss jailed for airport murder
Former head of the Comancheros bikie gang, Mick Hawi, has been sentenced to a minimum of 21 years in jail over a fatal brawl at Sydney Airport in 2009.
Bikie shot to kill, court told
A court has heard that a brawl at Geelong Races south-west of Melbourne allegedly led to the fatal drive-by shooting of a Bandidos bikie member in 2008.