Two men have been arrested following the fatal shooting at Bondi Junction of Sydney cocaine baron Alen Moradian in June.
NSW Police said Strikeforce detectives arrested a 42-year-old man at around 6am on Wednesday. He is expected to be charged with murder and other offenses related to coordinating the fatal shooting.
The Daily Telegraph reported that Luke “Fat boy” Sparos was the 42-year-old man who was arrested in connection with Moradian’s alleged murder.
Police also arrested a 31-year-old man at the same time. He is also expected to be charged with murder.
Moradian was shot dead in his car in an underground car park in Bondi Junction, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, in June.
New South Wales Police said at the time they believed two shooters were involved in Moradian’s alleged murder.
Superintendent Danny Doherty said in late June that Moradian had ties to the Comanchero outlaw motorcycle club.
He was sentenced to at least six years in prison in 2011 for importing and selling a large quantity of cocaine.