Gun Trafficker Sentenced to 4 More Years

Youtube Profile PictureAleksandar Radjenovic has been sentenced to eight and a half years in prison for his role in a gun trafficking ring based out of the Royal Sportsman gun shop, a business he co-owned. Radjenovic, sentenced March 2, 2012, is currently serving an 18-year sentence for conspiracy to commit murder following a guilty plea in 2009. The gun trafficking sentence was reduced to four years, to be served consecutively to the 18 years he is already serving. Both convictions resulted from investigations by the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit – British Columbia.

img-0-6252514-jpg“I am pleased with the sentence handed down by the courts in relation to Mr. Radjenovic,” says CFSEU-BC Supt. Tom McCluskie. “Clearly a sentence of this magnitude represents a lowered tolerance for the gang violence we have been experiencing throughout the Lower Mainland and our province these past few years. I believe it is high time that gang members and their associates who use violence to solve their differences to take note: You do the crime, be prepared for the time.”

Media Spokesperson
Sgt. Bill Whalen
(604) 777-7945 Desk
(604) 307-2491 Cell

Media Liason
Maureen Gulyas
(604) 777-7971 Desk
(604) 616-7797 Cell

Related posts

CFSEU-BC Response to German Report

CFSEU-BC Response to German Report

Today a portion of the second report (the “Report) from Mr. Peter German was released to the public. In Chapter 6-4, Mr. German makes several references to the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of British Columbia (CFSEU-BC), the Organized...

Posted