Saturday, January 14, 2017

Fallen Saints Hounjet pulls lifetime firearms ban and 36 months

Armand Leigh Hounjet, 45, who was charged with seven firearm offences after police raided his home and businesses on Jan. 14, 2015 in connection with Project Forseti in Saskatoon has received a lifetime ban and 3 years incarceration — the minimum sentence for trafficking a prohibited firearm. He received a remand credit of 18 months, leaving him 18 months to serve.

Hounjet is currently serving a six-month sentence after pleading guilty in November to separate drug and gun charges in connection to Project Forseti. He is still awaiting trial on three organized crime charges. Hounjet was a full-patch member of the Fallen Saints, a Hells Angels puppet club.

Carl Allan Trobak, 29, entered guilty pleas to trafficking cocaine and possessing proceeds of crime.
The Project Forseti investigation culminated in coordinated raids on Jan. 14, 2015, which resulted in hundreds of charges against 20 men. Others before the court on various matters related to Project Forseti include Ryan William Hillman, Armand Leigh Hounjet, Layne Joseph James Boorman, Justin Murray Smith and Daryl Michael Nagy. Hillman and five other men have pleaded guilty in connection with a marijuana trafficking ring.
Fallen Saints president, Mark Michael Nowakowski, 46, will stand trial on charges related to organized crime, assault and the possession and trafficking of cocaine and fentanyl.

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