Mum of alleged Alameddine crime member Trent Jeske arrested for ‘using fake Covid certificate’


Extraordinary moment elite Raptor cops armed with a battering ram storm house of gang member’s mum to arrest her for using a fake Covid vaccine certificate to work at school

  • Jeanette Catherine Jeske, 55, arrested at her home in Merrylands on Tuesday
  • She allegedly used a fake Covid certificate to work at a primary school
  • Strike force officers banged down her door and dragged her out in handcuffs
  • Ms Jeske is the mum of alleged Alameddine crime clan member Trent Jeske
  • The pair are both due to face court on Wednesday over separate offences 

A primary school teacher was dragged out of her house by elite strike force officers armed with a battering ram after she allegedly used a fake Covid vaccine certificate.

Jeanette Catherine Jeske, 55, was taken away from her home in handcuffs in Merrylands, in Sydney’s west at about 8.30am on Tuesday.

Ms Jeske, who is the mother of alleged Alameddine crime clan member Trent Jeske, was accused of handing over the fraudulent certificate to the school, where she worked as an administrative manager last October.

Police allege she received the fake certificate through her connections to the crime group, which was uncovered during police investigations into the Alameddine’s alleged drug syndicate.

Jeanette Catherine Jeske, 55, who is the mother to alleged Alameddine crime clan member Trent Jeske, (pictured together) was arrested on Tuesday

She was was dragged out of her home in handcuffs in Merrylands, in Sydney's west at about 8.30am on Tuesday

She was was dragged out of her home in handcuffs in Merrylands, in Sydney’s west at about 8.30am on Tuesday

During a raid of Ms Jeske’s home on Tuesday, Raptor Tactical officers seized cash, documentation and electronic items, which will all be examined.

Footage shows a string of tactical response officers barging their way into Ms Jeske’s home.

She later emerged dressed in exercise tights, white sneakers and a Nike puffer jacket which she used to cover her head. 

Elite Raptor Tactical officers barged their way into the home to arrest Ms Jeske, who allegedly used a fraudulent Covid vaccine certificate to work at a school

Elite Raptor Tactical officers barged their way into the home to arrest Ms Jeske, who allegedly used a fraudulent Covid vaccine certificate to work at a school

The line of officers stormed their way to her home on Tuesday morning

The line of officers stormed their way to her home on Tuesday morning

The mother was charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception, dealing with property proceeds of crime less than $100,000, and participating in a criminal group contributing criminal activity.

Ms Jeske was refused bail and is due to face Fairfield Local Court court on Wednesday.

Her son, who is in custody for charges related to his alleged role in the crime network, is also due to appear in the same court on Wednesday.

The mother was charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception, dealing with property proceeds of crime less than $100,000, and participating in a criminal group contributing criminal activity

The mother was charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception, dealing with property proceeds of crime less than $100,000, and participating in a criminal group contributing criminal activity

Ms Jeske, who covered her head in a Nike puffer jacket, is seen being led into a paddy wagon

Ms Jeske, who covered her head in a Nike puffer jacket, is seen being led into a paddy wagon

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