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August 27, 2014
2 S.C. men charged with possession, intent to sell illegal steroids
MARTIN COUNTY — Two South Carolina men were arrested Monday after a confidential informant told the Martin County Sheriff’s Office the duo would be transporting illegal steroids and steroid-manufacturing equipment up I-95 from Jupiter. Deputies pulled them over just before 9 p.m. and found more than 500 labeled bottles of schedule III anabolic steroids, a dispenser system, empty caplets, chemicals and equipment needed to pack, weigh and ship the drugs, the affidavit said. Ryan Robert Delaney, 23, and Mathew Robert Wilson, 22, both of Conway, S.C., were each charged with manufacture of anabolic steroids, possession of testosterone propionate with intent to sell, possession of testosterone isocaproate with intent to sell, possession of boldenone acetate with intent to sell, possession of boldenone undecylenate with intent to sell, possession of masteron propionate with intent to sell, possession of nandrolone phenylprop with intent to sell, possession of oxymetholone with intent to sell, possession of trenbolone acetate with intent to sell, possession of boldenone cyplonate with intent to sell and possession of methyltestosterone with intent to sell, the affidavit said. Each was being held at the Martin County Jail Wednesday in lieu of $300,000 bond, jail records show. http://www.tcpalm.com/news/local-news/crime/2-men-charged-with-possession-intent-to-sell-illegal-steroids_72201038