Throwing star and drugs seized during bikie gang investigation

A throwing star seized by police during an unrelated matter in 2015. Picture: NSW Police

A throwing star seized by police during an unrelated matter in 2015. Picture: NSW Police

A throwing star and MDMA were among the prohibited items allegedly in the possession of an accused Nomad bikie gang member arrested in Blacktown.

Isaac Watson, 18, faced Blacktown Court today on charges related to a raid in October.

Police allege the accused is an associate of the Nomads outlaw motorcycle gang.

The raid and subsequent arrest was the result of a Strike Force Raptor investigation into the use of fraudulent credit cards in western Sydney.

The proactive bikie gangs squad searched a home in Tudor Avenue, Blacktown, on October 27.

Officers allegedly seized MDMA, cannabis, a throwing star, a stolen credit card and clothing during the raid.

As a result of the investigation, Mr Watson was arrested at Blacktown Police Station just after 5.30pm yesterday.

He was charged with six counts of dishonestly obtaining property by deception, three counts of receiving stolen property, larceny, possessing a prohibited weapon, two counts of possessing a prohibited drug, and two counts of having stolen goods in custody.

Mr Watson did not enter a plea and was refused bail. He is due to face court again on November 16.

The police investigation is ongoing and further arrests are expected.