Georgia gun trafficker pleads guilty to supplying Bridgeport gang members

By Gangsters Inc. Editors

A Georgia man who supplied Bridgeport gang members with guns pleaded guilty on Tuesday. 24-year-old Stephfan Sanderson, who goes by the nicknames “Birdy” and “Beans,” of Covington, Georgia, admitted trafficking 25 firearms.

The FBI, ATF, DEA, U.S. Marshals Service and Bridgeport Police have been investigating multiple Bridgeport-based gangs whose members are involved in narcotics trafficking, murder and other acts of violence. 

Greene Homes Boyz and Original North End street gangs

From at least 2017 until his arrest on November 12, 2020, Sanderson, who formerly resided in Bridgeport, procured at least 25 firearms in Georgia and Alabama and distributed them to individuals he had reason to know would commit felonies with those firearms, including members of the Greene Homes Boyz and Original North End street gangs in Bridgeport.  Some of the firearms he trafficked were capable of firing multiple bullets with the single pull of the trigger.

Sanderson pleaded guilty to one count of crossing state lines with the intent to engage in the unlicensed dealing of firearms, an offense that carries a maximum term of imprisonment of 10 years.  A sentencing is not scheduled. Sanderson has been detained since his arrest.

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