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Ibrahim sister admits gun supply plot

AAP logoAAP 14/11/2016 Miranda Forster

The sister of former bikie boss Sam Ibrahim has admitted plotting with her de-facto partner to supply guns.

Jazz Dior, 46, and Elvis Mileski, 44, pleaded guilty in the District Court in Sydney on Monday to one charge of conspiring with each other to unlawfully supply firearms in early 2014.

An agreed statement of facts tendered in court said phone taps captured Mileski negotiating to obtain firearms and on-sell them with Dior's help between January and March 2014.

The couple were arrested in April 2014 after police raided properties in Sydney and the Illawarra region.

At the time of the raids police said they seized 18 weapons, including an M1 military-grade assault rifle, a standard rifle, three pistols, two shotguns and 11 handguns.

According to the agreed facts, a February 2014 phone tap picked up Mileski telling Dior that he needed another $23,000 on top of the $10,000 he had for six "brand new things, in the boxes", meaning firearms.

He told Dior the price of each was "five and a half" and he'd already "knocked off 15K on the deal".

Mileski was heard saying he needed to hire a car to pick up the goods rather than use his and Dior's car, because he didn't want to take risks.

Later phone intercepts captured the couple discussing when Mileski planned to pick up the firearms.

The pair are due to face a sentence hearing in June next year.

After they pleaded guilty the Crown applied to revoke their bail, but Judge Paul Conlon refused the bid.

He noted they had previously offered to forfeit sums of money as security, and ordered they begin reporting to police twice a week to further reduce the risk of a bail breach.

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