David Stemler Wiki – David Stemler Biography
David Stemler, 28, the latest victim of the gory gangland murders in Sydney is believed to have links to the Marrickville barbershop shooting.
Mr. Stemler was shot and killed shortly after 2 a.m. Thursday after encountering two men outside his rental in Canterbury, south-west Sydney. Stemler also faced court on drug possession charges to which he pleaded not guilty. On Thursday morning, the 28-year-old was shot multiple times in the chest and abdomen in Broughton Street. He died on the spot, despite desperate attempts by the emergency services to revive him. A burnt white Holden Commodore was found on Beaconsfield Avenue in nearby Kingsgrove shortly after the ‘targeted’ shooting.
The car was found running around 6 a.m. Thursday with a second car, a Lexus, burned on Dunrossil Avenue in Casula around 3:20 a.m. It is unclear if the cars are related to the shooting. One line of police inquiry is whether the victim had ties to the drug supply and whether he had plans to meet with two men when he was fatally shot. Stemler is understood to have had links to the shooting in Marrickville earlier this month, where brothers William Siale, 33, and Etuate Eric Siale, 20, were shot while going for a haircut. The two men were treated at the scene by paramedics before being rushed to hospital. Both are in stable condition.
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David Stemler was 28 years old.
Police Investigation Report
Police have spoken with dozens of motorcycle gang associates to find those responsible for the brazen daylight shooting. Acting Detective Superintendent Glyn Baker said police will continue to target motorcycle gang associates until those responsible are found. “Whether it’s through vehicle stops, door knocks or enforcement checks, our best detectives are on this case, tirelessly searching for clues to find those responsible,” he said. “We are working closely with Raptor Squad to ensure that while investigations are ongoing, OMCG associates continue to feel unrelenting pressure from police.” Stemler’s shooting comes after prominent criminal defense lawyer Mahmoud Abbas was shot on the driveway of his Greenacre home on Wednesday morning. Abbas was shot in the right leg and stomach before being rushed to hospital for emergency surgery where he remains in serious but stable condition.
The shooting occurred on the same street where underworld figure Mahmoud ‘Brownie’ Ahmad was shot dead while visiting an associate in April 2022. The latest incidents this week have prompted NSW Police to establish a task force to investigate the recent spate of shootings in public places and associated organized criminal activity. Led by State Crime Command, Taskforce Magnus will examine links between shootings dating back to when Alen Moradian was shot in a Bondi Junction car park in eastern Sydney on June 27. “Shootings in public places are reckless, and the criminals who carry out such attacks show a flagrant disregard not only for their own safety, but also for that of the community,” said NSW Police Commissioner Karen Webb. “Taskforce Magnus will provide investigating officers with a full set of capabilities and an arsenal of resources to not only find those responsible, but to end this brazen violence on our streets. “Organized criminals have shown time and time again that they operate within a cone of silence: they are unwilling to help the police for fear of reprisals or misguided loyalties.”