The steroid bust stories from below , this guy was busted for selling steroids

 credited to the WSAW

they didn’t seem to do a bias coverage, just stated what they knew, showed some pics, not much steroid bashing – pretty impressive journalism (somewhat unbias) for once

Marshfield Man Charged with Four Felonies Stemming From Steroid Bust
Posted: 6:29 PM Jan 23, 2007
Last Updated: 7:21 PM Jan 23, 2007
Reporter: WSAW Staff
The Marshfield man accused of being behind a $225,000 steroid ring is now being charged.

Kyle Bredl, 20, made his initial appearance in Portage County court today.

Bredl is charged with four felonies, including possession and delivering a controlled substance.

Each charge carries a $10,000 fine and a six-year jail sentence.

Bredl’s preliminary hearing is scheduled for Tuesday.

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UPDATE: Street Value of Steroid Bust at $250,000; Suspect Charged
Street Value of Steroid Bust At $250,000; Suspect Charged
Posted: 3:43 PM Jan 16, 2007
Last Updated: 7:15 PM Jan 16, 2007

The Marshfield man arrested in what Police Chief Joe Stroik says is the largest drug bust in Wood County is now charged.

Police found the drugs at the home of 20-year-old Kyle Bredl on Thursday.

He appeared in court today and is charged with delivery of controlled substances and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.

The judge authorized he be held on a $5000 signature bond.

Bredly is scheduled to make his inital court appearance on January 23.

Between October 2006 and January 11, 2007, authorites say he sold steroids to an undercover officer in Stevens Point three times and once in Marshfield. They say about $10,000 worth of steroids were bought, $6000 of which occurred on January 11.

After his arrest, a box of steroids ready to be shipped outside Wisconsin was found in his vehicle.

His residence at 909 Western Street in Marshfield was then searched. Police there say they found a variety of steroids in liquid, powder and capsule form. They originally estimated the street value of those steroids to be at least $120,000. However, after identifying further bulk substances, they now believe the value may be $250,000.

Packaging and processing materials were also found.

The investigation has been linked to countries including Canada and China, as well as other states.

“He was getting it from quite a distance,” says Stoik. “He certainly could have been selling it to anywhere in the United States or further.”

Authorities say three search warrants were executed in Missoula, Montana over the weekend. One man was arrested on steroid-related charges.

Some of the anabolic steroids discovered include Methandrostenolone, Stanozolol and Oxymetholone. All three are considered Schedule III drugs and fall under control of the Wisconsin Uniform Controlled Substances Act.

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