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Tuesday 31, May 2011

One more month in jail for Baggaley

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One more month in jail for BaggaleyThe Olympic kayaker, Nathan Baggaley, who is serving a lengthy prison term for dealing in ecstasy, had a month added to his sentence yesterday for possessing steroids in jail.

The 35-year-old was arrested at his kayak factory in the town’s industrial estate in 2007.

Baggaley pleaded guilty to the sale and distribution of 1509 ecstasy tablets.

Monday 30, May 2011

Home run King tied to steroid lab

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Home run King tied to steroid labBarry Bonds, the baseball home run king, used steroids from a lab that was able to attract other athletes because of his involvement.

This revelation was made by a federal prosecutor during the perjury trial of Bonds.

Parrella promised to offer eyewitnesses who saw Anderson injecting Bonds, and evidence of anabolic steroids that were found in the home of Anderson and premises of BALCO.

Sunday 29, May 2011

Mansa Pleads ‘Not Guilty’

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Mansa Pleads 'Not Guilty'A federal judge recently refused to release Bethel resident Mark Mansa on bail, declining to overturn another judge’s ruling that the drug trafficking ringleader poses a threat to the community.

Mansa, 46, appeared before U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Holly B. Fitzsimmons wearing a khaki prison uniform in Bridgeport for a motion by his lawyer, Peter J. Schaffer, of Stamford, to grant him bail.

Special Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Vizcarrando opposed releasing Mansa and said nothing has changed since Magistrate Judge William Garfinkle declared him a “danger to the community” at his arraignment on March 1.

Saturday 28, May 2011

Auburn Police makes its largest illegal prescription drug arrest

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Auburn Police makes its largest illegal prescription drug arrestIn the largest illegal prescription pill drug arrest in the history of Auburn Police, 5,000 oxycodone, hydrocodone, alprazolam pills, a quantity of anabolic steroids, and $11,444 in cash were confiscated.

Robert Lee Cofer, 22, who has been charged with distribution of a controlled substance, possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking offense was arrested in connection with the drug bust.

Dawson said Cofer faces up to 10 years behind bars.

Friday 27, May 2011

Poker Players Use Performance-Enhancing Drugs

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Poker Players Use Performance-Enhancing DrugsA new study from Nova Southeastern University has revealed that 80 percent of the 198 players interviewed reported using drugs and other substances to enhance their performance.

The drugs, generally, were marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, Valium, and other prescription medications, as well as caffeine, energy drinks, and guarana.

Kevin Clauson, Pharm.D, an associate professor at NSU’s College of Pharmacy, who was the principle investigator in the study, said the higher stakes the game, the more likely the use of substances to enhance performance.

Thursday 26, May 2011

NFL Commissioner wants HGH testing

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NFL Commissioner wants HGH testingThe National Football League (NFL) will be insisting on a mandatory Human Growth Hormone (HGH) testing in the next labor deal with the players, according to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

The NFL Commissioner said the NFL needs to do more to ensure that banned substances are kept out of the sport.

The use of HGH by NFL players is prohibited by the league, but they do not currently test for it.

Wednesday 25, May 2011

Bullard man released on bond

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Bullard man released on bondShayne Michael Roberts, 26, staying at 601 W. Tyler St., was recently arrested by the Bullard Police and was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana during a traffic stop on March 6.

He was later released from the Smith County Jail on $1,500 bond.

The accused was released the following day.

Tuesday 24, May 2011

Ainge recounts his problems with drug abuse

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Ainge recounts his problems with drug abuseThe Jets’ backup quarterback, Erik Ainge has opened up about his abuse of alcohol, cocaine, and heroin.

Ainge told ESPN that he began using drugs at the age of 12 years and was a victim of multiple overdoses, drunk driving, extended stays in rehab, and relapses.

From NJ.com:

Ainge, 24, said he has been sober since July 17, which he says is his longest stretch of sobriety since he was 11.

The Jets drafted the former University of Tennessee star in 2008. Ainge was suspended for four games without pay that year for violating the league’s policy on anabolic steroids and related substances.

“I’m a drug addict,” Ainge said. “I was in denial for a long time, but that’s who I am.”

Monday 23, May 2011

Florida man charged with supplying drugs pleads not guilty

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Florida man charged with supplying drugs pleads not guiltyA Florida man with reported ties to organized crime and who allegedly provided large quantities of marijuana to a Danbury area drug ring has pleaded not guilty to a conspiracy charge Thursday in U.S. District Court in Bridgeport.

Richard Sciacchetano, whom a federal prosecutor said has connections to the Bonanno organized crime family, was the primary supplier of marijuana to the drug ring, according to court documents.

It was stated by court documents that Mansa is facing several charges for allegedly selling anabolic steroids, including conspiracy to distribute and several counts of possession that stemmed from controlled purchases with an undercover informant last spring.

Sunday 22, May 2011

Case involving steroids adjourned

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Case involving steroids adjournedThe case of Melchor Ferris, 30, of Chenery Street, who was charged with five offences following a police raid at an Albury fitness centre on January 20, has been adjourned.

Ferris was charged over the possession of steroids and the deemed supply of a prohibited drug and charges against him have been adjourned until May.

He was also charged with possessing or attempting to possess an anabolic or androgenic steroid, 1000 tablets of a prescribed restricted substance, and another 58 tablets of a prescribed restricted substance.

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