On Tuesday, Andrew Coffin pleaded guilty to several charges stemming from his arrests in 2008 and again in 2009 while out on bail.
In the first case, dubbed Project Beehive, Coffin was caught on video surveillance and telephone wiretaps arranging illicit deals with other gang members and associates. Police followed him to the parking lot of Red River College and watched as he delivered a .45-calibre semi-automatic handgun in exchange for cash.
Investigators pulled the vehicle over in Charleswood, seized the weapon and took Coffin and the other man into custody.
Coffin, 25, was granted bail but returned to his criminal ways. He became a target of Project Divide in which city police used the services of a paid informant to infiltrate members and associates of the Hells Angels.
Coffin was ultimately caught being a courier for a deal between two other gang members for 1,000 percocet pills, court was told."