Friday 27, Apr 2012
After an investigation into the conspiracy to import and traffic anabolic steroids, the RCMP has charged three men from the Halifax area.
Andrew Paul Scott, 27; James Douglas Rae, 30; and Kevin John O’Keefe, 29, have all been charged with conspiracy to traffic in various anabolic steroids and six-count of conspiracy of importing different anabolic steroids into Canada.
On the evening of March 20, the RCMP Synthetic Drug Unit executed a search warrant at an apartment unit on Lower Water Street in Halifax. They seized a variety of materials used in the production of anabolic steroids, including (approximately) 60,000 empty and 1,000 full gel-caps, three gel-capping machines, 5,000 empty vials and unused labels for steroid distribution. Approximately five litres of unknown liquids and one kilogram of an unknown powder were seized and brought to the RCMP lab for analysis. Police also discovered spread sheets consistent with a steroid and supplement business.
All three men are scheduled to appear in court in Halifax on June 19.
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