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November 20th, 2018 by admin

Police lay more gun ring charges

More charges: Strike Force Burril detectives and police pictured at a raid on a Gunnedah home in August. Photo: Vanessa HonkeDETECTIVES have charged a sixthman and laid fresh charges against another accused as part of an unprecedented crackdown on agun ring allegedly operating near Gunnedah.
Nanjing Night Net

Shannon Frazer from Werris Creek is the seventhperson charged by investigators from Strike Force Burril –a massive undercover operation by Oxley detectives investigating the supply of firearms and drugs in the Gunnedah and Liverpool Plains areas.

The operation has seen 38 firearms as well as a explosives, a grenade and pre-cursor chemicals seized during coordinated raids stretching to Lake Macquarie and the Illawarra.

Frazer is charged with possessing an unauthorised pistol, acquiring an unregistered firearm, possessing an unauthorised firearm, not keeping a firearm safe and possessing ammunition.

He was arrested by Strike Force Burril detectives in Werris Creek and refused bail by police.

During an out-of-sessions bail hearing in Tamworth Local Court, Frazer was granted conditional release to report to local police twice a week and live in Werris Creek. He’s also prohibited from contacting co-accused.

But Frazer will fight the charges against him after pleading not guilty to all five counts in a subsequent court appearance.

Police have been ordered to compile a brief of evidence against him with the case adjourned to November.

Meanwhile, detectivesupgraded the charges against co-accused Shane Alan Kember during a court appearance last week.

Kemberis accused of possessing six unauthorisedfirearms and police will allege he doesn’t hold a valid NSW firearms licence.

The 45-year-oldappeared in Wollongong Local Court where Magistrate Mark Douglass ordered police to preparea brief of evidence into the case before it returns to court in November.

He’s also accused of knowingly being involved in the supply of a pistol at Kembla Grange, which police allegedly uncovered as part of the undercover Strike Force Burril operation.

His arrest followed a search warrant on a Dapto home on September 1 where firearms, cannabis, and ammunition were seized.

Another co-accused, Stephen Andrew Lawrence, remains before the courts on 10 chargesfollowing a raid on a Boolaroo home, near Lake Macquarieon August 31. Lawrenceremains on conditional bail.

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