SYDNEY – Neal Todorovski armed himself with a loaded handgun moments before his murderer scrambled for his own gun and shot the Lone Wolf bikie dead in Sydney.
Police allege the 37-year-old and his fellow bikie members John Haper Leger, 32, and Matthew Edward Lewis, 23, were armed when they approached the man in Sans Souci on Wednesday.
Detectives are searching for a dark-coloured Land Rover, which they believe the shooter used to escape the scene.
Leger and Lewis appeared in Parramatta Bail Court yesterday charged with a number of offences including concealing a serious indictable offence.
According to a police statement of facts supplied by the court, Leger, Lewis and Todorovski’s wife were standing over his lifeless body when police arrived.
Lewis, an unemployed Queensland resident, refused to co-operate with police about what happened.
”I’m not telling youse (sic) nothing,” police allege Lewis said.
He was also charged with affray and gave a false name and birth date when first interviewed by police.
Leger allegedly told detectives: ”I’m telling you nothing.”
Police also charged Leger with affray and possessing or using a prohibited weapon without a permit.
The statement of facts alleges that Todorovski had a .22 calibre semi-automatic pistol, Leger had knuckledusters and Lewis had a kitchen knife with a 30 centimetre blade when they left Todorovski’s unit just before noon on Wednesday.
The trio had a brief conversation with a man standing next to the Land Rover, which was parked outside the unit.
Witnesses in the street told police Leger was wearing the knuckledusters when he struck the man in the head before Leger and Lewis continued to assault him. The man broke free, removed a handgun from the vehicle and fired numerous gunshots at the trio.
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