A man police claim is a senior member of the Nomads bikie gang has been arrested over the alleged supply of drugs and firearms.
NSW police said the Kingston man's home was raided on Monday as part of a large-scale drug importation and manufacturing crime network investigation, called Operation Ironside.
They said a search of the man's home on Monday uncovered a mobile phone which was found to contain an encrypted messaging platform.
The 35-year-old was subsequently arrested at Queanbeyan Police Station about 1.10pm on Wednesday.
He has been charged with the supply of an indictable quantity of drugs, the supply of a prohibited firearm to an unauthorised person, participation in a criminal group and other drug related charges.
Police allege the man was involved in the supply of prohibited drugs and firearms between NSW and ACT in May.
He has been refused bail and is due to appear in Cooma Court on Thursday.
Operation Ironside investigations, which include the Australian Federal Police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, are ongoing.
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