MUSKOKA - A 22-year-old Huntsville man will appear in court next week to face a number of charges relating to a police investigation into the sale of steroids.
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On Friday, Huntsville OPP street crime members along with officers, members of the organized crime enforcement bureau and the OPP’s Central Region drug enforcement unit attended a residence on Ravenscliffe Road near Rosseau for the purpose of conducting a search warrant.
Police had received information that an illegal steroid Internet store was located at the residence in the Township of Muskoka Lakes.
As a result of the search warrant, several items were seized including several types of steroids that are either used orally or injected. Also seized by police were laboratory equipment, different types of medications, cocaine and cannabis marijuana, and an illegal firearm.
Huntsville OPP would like to advise the public the dangers of purchasing any product that is not produced by an accredited pharmaceutical manufacturer. Anyone who has purchased product through the company named True Health Labs is warned to not ingest or inject the product and is asked to contact Huntsville OPP.
The 22-year-old man – police have not released his name – has been charged with manufacturing and selling anabolic steroids; trafficking, producing and exporting anabolic steroids; possession of a scheduled one narcotic, possession of firearm while prohibited; and unsafe storage of a firearm.
The accused is being held for a bail hearing scheduled for Tuesday, May 22 in Bracebridge.