Gang crime police have swooped on the Hells Angels bikie gang after the stabbing of former member Dayne Brajkovich — charging a man over a loaded gun hidden inside a couch. After heavily-inked Brajkovich was stabbed in the neck following a King’s Park concert on Friday night, detectives confirmed they were investigating whether the slash attack was an act of retribution by his former Hells Angels bikie club. On Sunday, it was revealed that coordinated raids were carried out in suburbs across Perth overnight. Five arrests were made — and one man, a 46-year-old nominee of the club, was charged with drug and firearm offences after being arrested on his driveway. It will be alleged that during a search of his Kinross home, police located a loaded firearm and several rounds of ammunition hidden inside the couch. Police have released the body cam footage of their raid, revealing the moment gang crime police forced their way into the Kinross home. Wearing bulletproof vests and protective headgear, the squad can be seen yelling as they force open the front door. Various quantities of cocaine, methylamphetamine, steroids and prescription drugs were also located. The 46-year-old is due to appear in court on Sunday charged with not being licensed or permitted to possess a firearm, possessing a defaced firearm, possessing cocaine, dexamphetamine and methylamphetamine. The gang crime squad, rapid apprehension squad, drug and firearm squad, regional operations group and the tactical response group also executed coordinated warrants in Como, Greenmount, Scarborough and Osborne Park. As a result of the operation, three motorcycles were seized. On Saturday, the officer in charge of gang crime detectives — Anthony Thompson — renewed calls for witnesses to a bloody brawl outside the Ministry of Sound concert at Kings Park on Lovekin Drive at about 9.50 pm on Friday. Brajkovich was rushed to hospital with a serious wound to his neck following the incident in what police believe was a “targeted attack” — possibly by his former gang. “This was a targeted attack and the general public has no cause for concern,” Det. Sen. Sgt Thompson said. “At this stage, we believe the incident is a result of an in-house gang-related issue between the Hells Angels and a former member. “The parties involved are known to each other and the possibility this incident is the result of a retribution issue is certainly an avenue we are investigating.” In an extraordinary interview with The Sunday Times, Brajkovich said he had “asked for it”. “I asked for it, I got it. That’s the game,” he said.