Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Sean Wolfe sentenced to nine years in prison
Full-patch biker Sean Wolfe plead guilty to conspiracy to traffic cocaine and was sentenced to nine years in prison. His half-brother, David Single, plead guilty to possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking and received seven-and-a-half years behind bars. Wolfe's half-sister, Patricia Walsh, also plead guilty to trafficking cocaine and was given six years in custody.
Last month two more Hells Angels were arrested under Project Divide - Shane Edward Kirton and Anthony James McLennan. Police allege that Kirton and McLennan collected dues from the Zig Zag Crew.
Al Lebras was given a 15 year sentence stemming from the Project drill investigation. He was caught selling a kilogram of cocaine to a member of the Zig Zag crew. Lebras was a former president of the Los Brovos who patched over and became Hells Angels 10 years ago.
When you look at the number of drug trafficking charges it is clear that is the Hells Angels primary business. It is also clear that the sentences handed out for trafficking cocaine for a criminal organization and much more severe in other provinces than they are in BC.