Bikie club members charged over drugs remain in jail

FOUR men with alleged links to the Odin's Warriors criminal motorcycle gang will remain in jail after being charged with offences related to drug trafficking.

Rodney John Keating, Deane Jerome Sanderson, Matthew Raymond Fennell and Gregory Terrence Toby will have to wait another week behind bars while their lawyers prepare their application for bail.

They appeared in court in Gladstone on Monday.

Keating, from Mt Morgan, and the other three Agnes Water men were charged after the conclusion of Operation Mike Flute by Queensland Police on Saturday.

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Sanderson has been charged with seven offences including producing and possessing dangerous drugs.

Fennell faces three charges including trafficking and possessing dangerous drugs.

Keating and Toby face one charge each of participant in criminal organisation, being knowingly present in public places with two or more people who are participant in criminal organisation.

Police executed search warrants in Agnes Water and Calliope over the weekend as part of the Task Force Maxima drug trafficking operation.

Two Gladstone members of the Odin's Warriors Criminal Motorcycle Gang were charged with the serious offences of trafficking, supplying dangerous drugs and producing dangerous drugs.

Police are alleging that members of the gang, and a number of other people closely linked to them, have been trafficking and supplying methylamphetamine and cannabis, and growing cannabis on rural properties.



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