scotty taz robertson
Cops Listened to Murder Plot
... in exchange for $20,000 from the Hells Angels. Robertson jokingly asked the men if they wanted a "two-for-one" and said Zeneli's murder would cost more because it involved more "planning," but that he would only charge $2,000 to take out Heickert. This conversation never happened," one of the men in the room with the agent said as they parted ways. Robertson said Heickert would take "about a week," with...
Informant Was Grief of Police
... collateral. The victim doesn't call police and Robertson's handlers take no action. * Feb. 15, 2007 -- Police listen in as Robertson is inside a local bar getting into a heated argument with another patron. Robertson leaves before police are forced to move in. "Unknown persons" later beat the man he was arguing with, said [Chris Mainella]. No police report is filed. * June 16, 2007 -- Police get information that Robertson has...
Hells Angels Ex-Chief Gets 81/2 Years in Prison
... during their Project Drill. Longtime criminal Scotty "Taz" Robertson was able to infiltrate the gang and conduct a series of drug and weapons deals that investigators caught on video and audio surveillance.
First Project Drill Target Pleads Guilty
... he brokered two drug deals with secret agent Scotty "Taz" Robertson earlier this year. The second, on Jan. 31, was in the parking lot of Boogie's Diner on Main Street. Robertson paid Finch $11,000 for the small white pills which were marked with brand-name logos including "Coca Cola". This is the early-bird special," Crown attorney Chris Mainella said with a smile as he explained the sudden resolution of Finch's...
Video On Free Press Website Offers Inside View of Two Drug Deals
... ot; when he sold informant Scotty "Taz" Robertson 10 pounds of marijuana and nearly 1,000 crystal methamphetamine pills last year. The first drug deal, on Jan. 27, occurred on the Harbour View public golf course where Finch worked. Robertson was given $23,000 in marked money by the police, which was then paid to Finch for the marijuana. The second, on Jan. 31, was in the parking lot of Boogie's Diner on Main Street. Robertson paid...
Hells Vp Gets 10 Years for Cocaine Trafficking
... part of Project Drill, in which career criminal Scotty "Taz" Robertson was paid more than $600,000 to infiltrate a cross-country drug network. Jones was caught arranging a two-kilogram cocaine deal in February 2007, which included a face-to-face meeting with Robertson in Calgary. The agent agreed to pay $72,000 for a shipment that Jones promised would be better than the cocaine currently available in Winnipeg. Robertson was then sent
Suspect in Gang Killing Charged
Undercover police agent Scotty "Taz" Robertson told several gang associates inside a Pembina Highway hotel room he would take out [Bekim Zeneli] for $20,000. Robertson was paid $650,000 to infiltrate the Hells Angels during the year-long undercover Project Drill probe that resulted in 18 arrests, including Manitoba Hells Angels president Dale Donovan and full-patch members from Ontario and British Columbia....
Gang Associates Off Hook for Attempted Murder
... later, the bullets began flying. Police hired Scotty "Taz" Robertson to work undercover, paying him $650,000 to broker a series of drug and weapons deals that were caught on camera beginning in late 2006. Wiretaps revealed an increasing risk of violence involving many of the people being targeted in Drill, especially in [Thompson] towards the end of 2007.
17 Accused Sent Directly to Trial
Lawyers for the accused will only get one attempt at testing the evidence and grilling career criminal Scotty "Taz" Robertson, who was paid $650,000 to broker a series of drug and weapons deals that were caught on audio and video surveillance beginning in late 2006.
Veteran Biker, 59, Gets 15-Year Sentence
... dubbed "Project Drill" that involved having a career criminal become a "secret agent." Scotty "Taz" Robertson was able to infiltrate the gang and conduct a series of drug and weapons deals that ...
Being a Secret Agent Takes Its Toll
It's not the type of job you'll find listed in the classifieds. But that hasn't stopped a handful of Manitobans from trading in their life "experience" for an opportunity to work undercover as secret police agents. I'm rich all right... my life is ruined," Franco Atanasovic told the Free Press in an exclusive interview last year. Provincial court Judge Charles Newcombe said he was &
...Scotty "Taz" Robertson is the latest to find employment. The 49-year-old career biker groupie has spent ...
Shooting Victim Vows to Sue City Police, Rcmp
The plug should have been pulled on Project Drill," said Gurniak, who is still recovering from taking two shots to the upper body on Nov. 11. Gurniak and his brother, Dean, were working inside the bar/poker hall they own on Remembrance Day when two men burst inside, armed with a .45-calbre handgun. According to both Gurniak and the police search warrants, the men were convinced Dean Gurniak...
...11. Police hired career criminal Scotty "Taz" Robertson to work undercover for them, paying him $650,000 to broker a series of drug and ...
Project Drill Uncovered Hit Put Out On Brother, Police Allege
The plug was pulled on Project Drill on Wednesday when more than 250 officers across Canada conducted a series of raids, arresting James Heickert, Gurniak, Lucovic and 13 others who they say had been involved in high-level drug trafficking and gun smuggling. Stadnick was convicted conspiracy to commit murder, participation in a criminal organization and drug trafficking in 2004.
.... Two other suspects were still being sought on warrants as of late Thursday. Scotty "Taz' Robertson, 49, has been identified in court documents and by justice sources as the man who ...
Hells Angel Brother Vs. Brother
The alleged plan to kill [Sean Heickert] began on Nov. 27 and may have forced police to bring an abrupt end to their year-long undercover probe, dubbed "Project Drill. He's an old-time biker," a source said. "For the most part he always flew under the radar." "Him and [Darwin Sylvester] were tight," he said. "They were always together."
...Two other suspects were still being sought on warrants as of late Thursday. Scotty "Taz" Robertson, 49, has been identified in court documents and by justice sources as the man who ...
Thompson Shooting Appears Gang-Related
... be dumped in [Thompson]'s Burntwood River. [Robertson] said a Heickert killing would take "about a week," with [Bekim Zeneli] "perhaps two weeks. Zeneli was shot dead inside his Thompson apartment just over 24 hours later. He was the leader of the LHS (loyalty, honour, silence) gang. Rivals described him as a "terrorist" who was pushing the Hells Angels out of Thompson and needed to be stopped. The plan to kill...