http://www.news.com.au/story/0,10117,15569814-29277,00.html Bikie raid nets guns, child-p0rn By Jamie Duncan June 10, 2005 POLICE have seized a cache of firearms including a machine-gun, drugs and child pornography in a series of raids on properties linked to a motorcycle gang in Melbourne and country Victoria early today. Five people were arrested during the raids, conducted simultaneously at Warragul and Longwarry, south-east of Melbourne, and in the south eastern suburbs of Noble Park, Carrum Downs and Seaford, about 5.30am (AEST) today. Police raided a clubhouse at Warragul and six other premises, all linked to the Coffin Cheaters motorcycle gang. Advertisement: Baw Baw district Inspector Keith Cantle said the list of seized items included: * A machine-gun, an assault rifle, at least four pistols and four shotguns; * A large quantity of drugs, including marijuana and powder believed to be amphetamine; * Two hydroponic systems; * A small amount of child pornography on computer disks; * A large amount of alcohol. The alcohol, seized from the clubhouse, included beer and spirits and was seized because of licensing offences, Insp Cantle said. Five people - a 37-year-old Warragul man, a 47-year-old Noble Park man, a 36-year-old Carrum Downs man,d a 44-year-old Seaford woman and a 31-year-old Narre Warren man - were arrested following the raids today, Insp Cantle said. It was likely all would be charged with a range of weapons and drugs offences, and the Warragul man would be charged for possession of child pornography, he said. The raids were part of a six month investigation of the activities of the Coffin Cheaters gang, Insp Cantle said. "It was a very good morning's work but it was the culmination of a lot of hard work," he said. "All the warrants were executed simultaneously. There was no resistance." The arrests were not related to a series of raids on premises linked to the Outlaws motorcycle gang last month, Insp Cantle said. On May 18, 10 men were charged following 27 raids on properties in outer suburban Melbourne, including two Outlaws motorcycle gang clubhouses. Those raids netted more than $500,000 worth of stolen property including five cars, 12 firearms including several shotguns and a pistol, a crossbow, a cache of ammunition, a balaclava, vehicle parts and a small quantity of cannabis, police said.