Tweed shooting victim was in rehab when shot

A man believed to be a bikie has died from a gunshot wound after being left outside Tweed Head hospital.About 4.30pm (24 June 2017), police attended Tweed Heads District Hospital after receiving information a man suffering a gunshot wound had presented at the hospital.Hall, who lived on the Gold Coast, was a known debt enforcer and Mongols bikie gang associate.He has been formally identified as 31-year-old, Ace Hall.Although heavily tattooed with the word loyalty on the side of his face and the number 13 on his chin, police said Mr Hall was not a member of a bikie group.A man has been arrested in Queensland over the fatal shooting of a man in the NSW border town of Tweed Heads.It followed last week’s wild brawl between Lone Wolf and Bandidos bikies outside Seagulls Leagues Club at Tweed Heads on State of Origin night on Wednesday.In the early hours of Tuesday morning, police located another vehicle of interest, a Toyota Corolla, at a service station on the Mount Lindesay Highway at Jimboomba.A white Holden Commodore was found about 1pm on Steep Street in Tweed Heads.Queensland Police arrested a 33-year-old man at 4.30am on Tuesday and took him to Southport Watch House, with NSW Police investigators set to seek his extradition when he appears at Southport Local Court later in the day.”What we have got is a very clear, very strong plan giving the police all the powers they need to deal with outlaw motorcycle gangs”, Ms Grace told reporters on Sunday.