Three brothers who are members of a notorious Sydney gang have been charged over a spate of shootings last year.
Four senior members of Sydney's notorious Brothers for Life gang, including three brothers, have been charged over a series of shootings last year.
Farhad Quami, 31, Mumtaz Quami, 29, and Jamil Quami, 22, will be formally charged with the offences when they appear in Central Local Court on other matters on Friday.
A fourth man, 22, will be charged on Friday at a prison in Goulburn and is due to appear in Burwood Local Court on April 7.
All four are members of the Brothers for Life Blacktown faction.
Police on Friday said the men were charged with offences relating to shootings between July and November last year at Pendle Hill, Winston Hills, Blacktown, Bankstown and Eagle Vale.
A 13-year-old girl was injured in the Blacktown shooting, a 27-year-old man was injured in the Winston Hills shooting and at Bankstown two men were shot outside a cafe.
Strike Force Sitella is investigating seven shootings carried out in Sydney between July and November last year, with the 13 people arrested so far having been charged with more than 110 offences.
Detectives have previously alleged a battle between the gang's Blacktown chapter and its Bankstown sister chapter is responsible for the spate of shootings.