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Jade Heffer north Parramatta residence was raided by members of NSW’s Raptor team just before daybreak on Friday, where they discovered three Alameddine gang members. Ms Heffer, the wife of slain Lone Wolf bikie Yusuf Nazlioglu, is not accused of any wrongdoing, nor of possessing any knowledge of the alleged events during the Westfield brawl which led to the arrests. Six men, allegedly with links to the Alameddine clan, were involved in a bust-up that saw punches thrown and luxury bags flown at a Westfield Mall in Sydney’s CBS last Wednesday. Police will allege in court the brawl was sparked by a ‘power struggle’ that has been ‘fracturing’ the group ever since their leader Rafat Alameddine and some of his allies left Sydney for Lebanon last year, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Jade Heffer’s age is not mentioned.
Alameddine suspects detained in Westfield brawl
Friday’s pre-dawn raid saw four simultaneous search warrants, which led to the arrest of the Alameddines’ alleged new Sydney-based leader Ali Elmoubayed, his brother Khaled Elmoubayed, and associates Samijan Azari and Ahmad Alameddine. Three of the men were found at Ms Heffer’s home. Police believe she is now dating Ahmad after her husband Nazlioglu was gunned down as he drove his Mercedes into the basement of his apartment block in Rhodes, in Sydney’s southwest, a year ago. Ms. Heffer was pictured sitting on the kerbside in the early-morning raid with a hoodie pulled down over her face and flicking her middle fingers at the camera as cops searched the home for cash or other evidence. A total of $30,000 cash was found in the North Parramatta home. Cops also found two handguns in the backyard of the neighboring home, on a concrete driveway leading up to a shed.
Police allege in court documents the four men who were arrested, fought against former associates and cousins Mohammad and Zane Zreika after the two groups had a chance run-in near the shopping center’s valet parking section. The Zreika cousins were arrested on the day of the fight. All four men were later charged with affray, refused bail, and appeared before Parramatta Local Court on Friday. Khaled Elmoubayed and Ahmad Alameddine were granted bail, while Ali Elmoubayed and Samimjan Azari were refused bail. The Zreikas are set to face Sydney Downing Centre Local Court on the same charges on July 12. Rafat Alameddine, the clan’s leader, has been living in Lebanon since November last year when he left Sydney as a free man just weeks after being cleared of assaulting an Uber driver.