Friday, November 25, 2011

St. Charles County bodybuilders face drug charges

Two bodybuilders have been charged with the illegal use and distribution of HGH in St. Charles County.

According the the US Attorneys office of Eastern Missouri, Gregory L. Loomans, 40, of St. Charles, and Keith E. Ashabranner, 32, of O'Fallon, were indicted by a federal grand jury.

The indictment claims that the two purchased steroids, and HGH, used some for personal use, distributed the rest to each other, and bodybuilders in gyms around  St. Charles Missouri County.

The indictment charged them with one felony count of conspiracy to distribute human growth hormone.The charge carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and or a maximum fine of $250,00.00. 
The U.S. DEA, the FDA and the Missouri South Central Drug Task Force investigated the case with assistance from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office of Homeland Security Investigations.

Ya know, I am so glad these two criminals have been taken off the street. I'm sure my family will be so much safer at night, and I should sleep much better. It's a real shame our country is once again wasting money on these kind of investigations. On a daily basis I see crack dealers, junkies, pimps , gang members and a plethora of far more dangerous people walking around free on our streets, but our government chooses to go after the guys who sell a little growth hormone. 

We are living in a country where people don't have health insurance, 1 of 10 struggle with hunger issues. When will the people of the US demand that our Govt. get their priorities straight. ~ NML

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