Comancheros bike boss Mick Murray has been charged with murder after an early morning police raid.
He is accused of killing convicted drug trafficker Mitat Rasimi in Melbourne in March 2019.
The 51-year-old's body was found behind the wheel of his silver Peugeot Coupe in Dandenong. He had four bullet wounds to the chest.
Murray, 44, was arrested in Lysterfield South, where he lives, before 5am on Thursday.
The national president of the Comancheros was interviewed and charged with murder later in the morning.
A 32-year-old Hallam man was also arrested and interviewed and has been released pending further investigation.
Murray is the third person charged with Mr Rasimi's murder.
Comancheros bikies Richard Ene and Laiseni Kakato were charged with murder in 2019 and 2020.
Murray faced Melbourne Magistrates Court and is due back in court on August 18.
Australian Associated Press
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