Suspected gangster Nabil Maghnie has been taken into custody after allegedly ramming another vehicle and flipping his car.
The 42-year-old allegedly rammed a vehicle at Altona Meadows, south-west Melbourne and flipped his vehicle at Point Cook when he hit a barrier, according to charge sheets.
Maghnie was speeding right before his car flipped, police say.
Suspected gangster Nabil Maghnie (pictured) has been taken into custody after allegedly ramming another vehicle and flipping his cariPhone transfer software
It's understood he was trapped in the car and needed to be freed by emergency services.
Police also found prescription drugs in the crashed vehicle as well as $3,390 cash suspected of being the proceeds of crime.
Maghnie, also known as Nabil Moughnieh, appeared before Melbourne Magistrates Court on Thursday charged with 20 offences, including reckless conduct endangering serious injury and dealing with the proceeds of crime.
A lawyer for Maghnie told magistrate Simon