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Tuesday 17, Nov 2009

  Convicted Vian man faces up to 63 months in prison

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Convicted Vian man faces up to 63 months in prisonBobby Brown, 38, a Vian resident has been found guilty on two out of three felony counts. He was found guilty of possession and distribution of a controlled substance to persons below 21 years old.

However, there was lack of evidence that Brown distributed or manufactured steroids in or near schools. This is according to the statement issued by US Attorney Sheldon Sperling.

Sperling said testimonies established that Brown distributed steroids to several Vian High School football players. He also helped administer the drug.

The time of drug sales was between March 2006 and June 2008. Brown was sentenced to spend at least 51 to 63 months in prison.

The case was linked to the steroids case of two law enforcement officers who were indicted by the grand jury due to steroid distribution. Both pleaded guilty to charges.

McIntosh County reserve deputy officer Dusty Lee Burns, 29, of Checotah and Jimmy Russell “Rusty” Hamm II, 31, of Checotah, and a former Creek Nation Lighthorseman still await their sentence.

Burns pleaded guilty in October to charges that he sold anabolic steroids while Hamm pleaded guilty in September to possession of steroids with intent to distribute.

 

 


Monday 28, Sep 2009

  Former Lighthorseman pleaded guilty of steroid charges

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Former Lighthorseman pleaded guilty of steroid chargesA former Creek Nation Lighthorseman finally pleaded guilty of drug possession charges with intent to distribute anabolic steroids.

Sheldon J. Sperling, Eastern District of Oklahoma lawyer, said that Hamm purchased anabolic steroids initially for personal use but eventually re-distributed them between September 2005 and June 2008.

Jimmy Russell “Rusty” Hamm II,31, together with Dusty Lee Burns, 29 were accused of drug charges after an investigation conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives  last month. Burns worked as former reserved deputy sheriff for McIntosh County.

According to Sheldon J. Sperling, Burns and Hamm faces conspiracy to possess anabolic steroids with intent to manufacture and distribute the substance.

The defendants previously pleaded not guilty before Magistrate Judge Kimberly E. West. They were temporarily released under the supervision of the US Probation Office.

Sperling said statutory range of punishment for drug possession with intent to distribute includes imprisonment of not more than five years and a fine of $250,000.

A similar case was also heard last month in the US District Court of Muskogee. Bobby Dewayne Brown, 38, was accused of possession and intent to sell anabolic steroids in or near schools or to persons below 21 years of age.