Sam Ibrahim threatened a former business associate on the phone.
Underworld figure Hassan “Sam” Ibrahim has been sentenced to at least 16 months’ jail for threatening a former business partner and intimidating police. Early last year the former Parramatta chapter president of the Nomads outlaw motorcycle gang threatened a man associated with Port Macquarie company Silver City Drilling in a number of phone calls. It is understood Ibrahim had been involved in a business venture with the man. NSW police arrested 48-year-old Ibrahim in March last year when he attended Castle Hill police station as part of his parole conditions. On Friday Parramatta Local Court magistrate Georgia Knight sentenced him on two charges of using a carriage service to threaten to kill, and on one charge of intimidating police in the execution of their duty. The total minimum sentence was 16 months and it will expire on October 12, 2015. Two unrelated charges against Ibrahim – possessing a prohibited weapon without permit and possessing prescribed restricted substances – were adjourned for a hearing on a date to be fixed.