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Tuesday 03, Feb 2009


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pharmacy_steroidsThe name Applied Pharmacy Services is not new to local news. The Mobile-based online pharmacy was found to be illegally marketing anabolic steroids and other performance enhancing drugs over the internet. They had sold over a thousand doses of steroids to several individuals throughout the United States. Some of the steroids prescribed and dispensed are for veterinary use only, and some of the clients that the pharmacy sold to were less than 21 years old.

Among the 12 arrested, six pleaded not guilty to illegal distribution of steroids and improper prescription. The six were Samuel Kelley, the president and CEO of APS, Jason Kelly, a part-owner of the pharmacy, and 4 steroid dealers who recruited registered physicians. Three doctors have also been identified to have participated in the conspiracy. Only one among the arrested has pleaded guilty.

Corliss has agreed to return $12,000 he had received during his work. He will be paying a fine of more than a quarter of a million dollars, and will be serving some jail time of three years.

Tuesday 27, Jan 2009


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steroidsThe federal grand jury of the U.S. District Court in Mobile, Alabama has charged members of Applied Pharmacy Services Inc. (APS) with illegal prescription and distribution of anabolic steroids. There were twelve individuals involved including the owners, Samuel Kelley, Jason Kelley and Jodi Silvio, four pharmacists and 5 other individuals who helped with the operation. According to the court documents, APS operated in at least 10 states.

The pharmacists involved were apparently prescribing and selling steroids that are used by veterinaries to human buyers. The public got hold of the APS through their internet campaign, advertisements, and local gyms and through snow-balling through their contacts. They sold cocktail anabolic steroids, human growth hormone and human chorionic gonadotropin. When asked if there were any sports figure that served as a client, the assistant US attorney handling the case didn’t comment. She mentioned, however, that some of the clients were teenagers. This would pose a heavier sentence for the group since selling steroids and illegal drugs to individuals less than 21 mean 10 years imprisonment. Usually, a sentence of 5 years in prison and a fine of $250,000 are given to cases like this.