This is the first article in a three-part series, which will continue with Part 2.
You can also find part one here.
The following is a list of known people and places associated with the Coakleys’ drug bust, and what they have been accused of in the media.
The list is based on a combination of information from the people, places and/or entities involved.
In January, the FBI released an affidavit in a criminal investigation into Coakleys involvement in the drug ring.
According to the affidavit, at least five people had been involved in the operation and the operation was run out of the Coaks mansion.
In addition, investigators said the operation involved three men and one woman, who were in the United States on visas.
The affidavit stated that the operation began when three of the men and the woman “possessed, transported, and transported” cocaine to Coaklyn, which was shipped by a U.S. Navy vessel.
The DEA stated that they have no information about a possible connection between the two, though the affidavit states the investigation is ongoing.
The Coaklys did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
The Coakles have denied any wrongdoing, though some of the information that the FBI included in the affidavit is still being disputed.
The affidavit states that the Coats were not involved in any of the drugs involved in this case.
However, some people are still skeptical about the Coaches’ innocence.
According to a story on ABC News, a woman who was one of the first to contact police after her husband was arrested claimed that her husband and a friend of his had used cocaine in the Coatleys’ home.
According the ABC story, the woman told police that her friend, David Coaklin, had told her that the couple “used cocaine and guns to get their way” and that he was “not involved” in the cocaine ring.
She told police her husband had been in a relationship with her for about two years, but her husband denied that he had ever been in love with her.
She also claimed that the two were having an affair, which the woman alleged to have seen in photos.
David Coaklan was arrested in February 2016.
His son, Michael Coak, is still in custody.
According a story in the Los Angeles Times, the Coates have been in jail since December 2017 after a judge granted their request to be released from custody, but have not yet been charged.