Fireman faces 20 yrs in prison for selling steroids

Another firefighter was arrested on drug charges by the DEA is being held in federal custody.

Michael B. Wilson of  South Attleboro, MA is accused of selling $250 worth of steroids to a DEA informant. He was home at the time with his 3-year-old daughter and an unidentified man and was taken into custody by DEA agents, according to court records.

He faces federal charges of attempted possession with intent to distribute oxycodone, the active drug in Percocet, and anabolic steroids, and possession with intent to distribute the two drugs.

If convicted, Wilson faces up to 20 years in prison, followed by up to three years probation and a $1 million fine.

This is but one of so many stories that we’ve chronicled on these pages about the use of steroids by our firemen and policemen on forces across the US.


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