interesting, I wonder who he rolled on????

A Colleyville man who sold steroids to an undercover police officer last year has been sentenced to four years’ probation, authorities said.

But he still went to jail.

Bryan Pomeroy, 22, was taken into custody Monday afternoon after being sentenced to 30 days because he was on probation when he was arrested in the drug case.

In the steroids case, Pomeroy pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and delivery of a controlled substance. He was sentenced to four years’ probation with deferred adjudication for each charge.

Deferred adjudication means the felony conviction would be dropped if he completes probation, but the arrest will remain on his record.

Pomeroy was also fined $400 on each charge, and he must allow his probation officer to search his home for alcohol and drugs after he’s released from jail, according to Tarrant County criminal court records.

Pomeroy was arrested in July 2006 when authorities raided his home in the 4100 block of Beckley Court in Colleyville. Just days before the raid, Pomeroy sold testosterone to an undercover officer. He was released after posting $22,500 bail.

Authorities said at the time of the raid there were at least five types of steroids in the home.

Pomeroy was on probation on two misdemeanor assault charges when he was arrested, a prosecutor said Monday.