Finks bikini boss Brent James & # 039; BJ & # 039; Reker accused of the invasion of Melbourne

BJ & # 39; Reker, Finks' biker boss, BJ & # 39; Reker (pictured) made a brief appearance at the Magistrates Court in Melbourne on Thursday after he was charged with multiple crimes.

It is alleged that a Finks bikinis boss, arrested by police this week, entered a house armed with a tire and assaulted a man he knew.

BJ James Reker, tattooed in the face, made a brief appearance at the Magistrates Court in Melbourne on Thursday after he was charged with multiple crimes.

It is also alleged that the 33-year-old man threatened to kill the victim's children and another person.

During his brief appearance in court, Reker did not seek bail, The Herald Sun reported.

BJ & # 39; Reker, Finks' biker boss, BJ & # 39; Reker (pictured) made a brief appearance at the Magistrates Court in Melbourne on Thursday after he was charged with multiple crimes.

BJ & # 39; Reker, Finks' biker boss, BJ & # 39; Reker (pictured) made a brief appearance at the Magistrates Court in Melbourne on Thursday after he was charged with multiple crimes.

The court heard that Reker was at risk of self-harm, suffering from nosebleeds and that he might need chest surgery after suffering a chest injury.

He was taking medication to treat asthma, bipolar depression, and anxiety, the court heard.

Reker has been taken into custody and will appear in court in January.

The Herald Sun reported that the police have obtained 15,000 telephone intercepts and listening devices conversations, which are working as they prepare their case against Reker.

Reker was arrested on his property at Karingal Drive Frankston on Wednesday afternoon.

Detectives from the Echo Task Force allegedly found a weapon, ammunition, a samurai sword, a Range Rover, Outlaw Motor Cycle Gang clothing and what are believed to be stolen military medals.

Reker (pictured), 33, was arrested on his property at Karingal Drive Frankston on Wednesday afternoon

Reker (pictured), 33, was arrested on his property at Karingal Drive Frankston on Wednesday afternoon

Reker (pictured), 33, was arrested on his property at Karingal Drive Frankston on Wednesday afternoon

They also allegedly seized a variety of drugs that include methamphetamine, cocaine and steroids.

The offenses against which Reker has been charged include aggravated invasion into the home, intent to cause injury, illegal assault and death threats.

His arrest came after an aggravated robbery on September 9 in Hampton Park, southeast of Melbourne CBD.

The house of Reker was attacked in a shooting from the drive-in at the end of May, while his wife and her eleven-day-old baby slept inside.

The figures of the underworld feared that a total bikie war would break out after the incident.

In an exclusive interview with Daily Mail Australia in March, Reker said Finks' bikie gang was like everyone else.

Reker (pictured) has been charged with numerous offenses, including the aggravated invasion into the home, intent to cause injury, illegal assault and death threats.

Reker (pictured) has been charged with numerous offenses, including the aggravated invasion into the home, intent to cause injury, illegal assault and death threats.

Reker (pictured) has been charged with numerous offenses, including the aggravated invasion into the home, intent to cause injury, illegal assault and death threats.

& # 39; Bikie clubs are the ultimate defense of human rights: in Australia nobody is allowed to do anything else. We, like everyone else, just want to go out with our friends and go for a drink on Friday night without being told we can not, "Reker said.

"Victoria is the last state in which there are still basic human rights: the police can not break down a door and enter our homes, they can not tell us that we can not talk to our comrades."

This compares with the harsh anti-bikie laws in New South Wales and Queensland that prohibit bikers from traveling together and communicating with each other.

"You will not be able to stop bike clubs, and if you force them to hide, they will automatically make a mistake when they meet, so where does it stop?"

Reker acknowledged that "the way he looks" often caught the attention of the police, who followed him when he moved to Melbourne.

"They did not trust us because of what had happened before – they detained me more than ten times a day – but they have fired because we have not done anything wrong," he said.

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