The president of the Satudarah bikie gang’s Canberra chapter is behind bars after police charged him with drug trafficking and possessing suspected proceeds of crime.
The ACT Magistrates Court heard on Tuesday that Darin Paul Keir planned to apply for bail later in the week.
The 40-year-old remained in the court cells when lawyer Tim Sharman appeared on his behalf on Tuesday and asked for the matter to be adjourned until Friday.
Special Magistrate Margaret Hunter did not read the fresh charges, and no details of the alleged offences were given.
Another two outstanding charges allege that he possessed “a prohibited thing” during a previous period in custody.
Police have previously identified Mr Keir as the third president of the upstart Canberra chapter of the Satudarah outlaw motorcycle gang, a feared bikie club with origins in the Netherlands.