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Bandido boss gets reduced bail condition

The former president of the Bandidos motorcycle club Sunshine Coast chapter is on bail.
The former president of the Bandidos motorcycle club Sunshine Coast chapter is on bail. Supplied

A FORMER Sunshine Coast bikie boss's bail conditions have been changed.

Jason Murray Addison, 50, on Thursday asked the Brisbane Supreme Court to reduce his police reporting requirements from three days a week to two.

Mr Addison was the former president of the Bandidos motorcycle club Sunshine Coast chapter.

He faces charges of extortion, dishonesty and stealing that relate to an incident on the Sunshine Coast.

Justice Debra Mullins allowed Mr Addison's request to vary his bail conditions, telling him he must now report twice a week to police in Echuca.

There were no other changes to his bail conditions. - ARM NEWSDESK

Topics:  bandidos motorcycle club brisbane supreme court crime extortion theft



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