Bikie father and son charged with attempted murder
UPDATE: A FATHER and son Rebels bikie duo have been charged with attempted murder over the Currimundi carpark shooting.
Police allege the men, who will appear in court today, were involved in an altercation in the car park on October 19.
Frank Nemcek, 56, and his son Fabian 'Havoc' Nemcek, 26, were allegedly seen leaving the car park in a sedan.
A 45-year-old man presented to Battery Hill medical centre with a gunshot wound to his stomach a short time later.
The Greenbank men have been charged with attempted murder and armed robbery with wounding, both labelled as serious organised crimes under Queensland's bikie legislation.
They are also charged with attempted robbery.
EARLIER: A FATHER and son Rebels bikie duo will front Maroochydore Magistrates Court today after being extradited over a Currimundi carpark shooting.
Frank Nemcek, 56, and his son Fabian 'Havoc' Nemcek, 26, a former Logan mixed martial artist with an 0-4 loss record, are expected to be charged over the shooting of a 45-year-old man who suffered a gunshot wound to the stomach at the Currimundi Markets carpark last Friday afternoon.
The man remained in a stable condition in the Sunshine Coast University Hospital.
Police will allege the shooting was drug-related and the pair were arrested by Victorian anti-gang Task Force Echo detectives after a raid on a St Albans home earlier this week.
Sunshine Coast Criminal Investigation Branch and Queensland anti-bikie Task Force Maxima detectives flew to Melbourne, where they successfully sought extradition orders on Thursday.
The family photography business website showed Frank Nemcek was a professional photographer and Fabian was the chief security officer.
According to the website they have taken images professionally for 15 years across southeast Queensland and claim to be one of the first companies in Queensland to provide real estate photography.
Fabian's MMA record includes at least one tap-out defeat and one forfeiture and his fights had been broadcast online.
The pair were being flown from Melbourne to the Sunshine Coast accompanied by detectives late Thursday and were due to appear in Maroochydore Magistrates Court on Friday morning.
They were arrested on Queensland arrest warrants and were set to be formally arraigned in court on Friday.