Video - man faces court over guns, drugs and Mongrel Mob gang charges after Taskforce Maxima raid at Coldstream Way, Holmview.

Operation: A man faces charges after a Logan raid.
Operation: A man faces charges after a Logan raid.

A man will face firearms and drugs charges after a Logan raid, during which police seized an air rifle and gang paraphernalia.

The 24-year-old will appear in Beenleigh Magistrates Court after the raid at Coldstream Way, Holmview.

Police say they seized seized cannabis, drug utensils, an air rifle, ammunition and clothing and paraphernalia associated with outlaw motorcycle gang the Mongrel Mob.

Police released a video from the raid, where officers can be seen entering the premises and examining seized items.

The 24-year-old man has been charged with possessing dangerous drugs, possessing drug utensils, possessing explosives, unlawfully possessing a weapon and wearing prohibited items.

The raid comes after a Taskforce Maxima operation in May, when three Yarrabilba people were arrested after police seized cash, drugs and guns.

Police also found weapons and drugs, and dismantled a clandestine manufacturing lab, after a raid at Jimboomba in April.

Police charged a 37-year-old Brisbane man, the alleged president of the Mongrel Mob Logan chapter, for wearing a prohibited item in public.

Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Michael Bolin of Taskforce Maxima South East Region said police were taking strong enforcement actions against gangs.

"This was a significant seizure and we will continue to target gang members and their associates in an effort to prevent, disrupt and investigate their involvement in serious and organised crime," Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Bolin said.

"Police will not tolerate the visible wearing of gang colours in public and we will continue taking a strong policing approach to this kind of behaviour."

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