Police have arrested a man with possible links to the Comancheros after a man was allegedly held at gunpoint, abducted and dumped in a remote location in NSW.
Matthew Inder, 30, pleaded not guilty to six charges including assault, wielding a baseball bat, unlawful confinement and making threats to kill.
Police allege Mr Inder assaulted and threatened to kill the man at a Charnwood home before driving him to a house in Melba and assaulting him again.
The alleged victim was then held at gunpoint, taken to a car and driven across the border into NSW and dumped in an isolated area, police say.
Mr Inder allegedly made demands of the man and repeatedly threatened to kill him.
Police raided a Charnwood home on Tuesday afternoon leading to Mr Inder's arrest.
Mr Inder did not apply for bail and was remanded in custody.
His matter will return to court in September.