FBI agents search the house and vehicles of Canby businessman William Traverso on July 30, while another team of agents raid Canby Landscape Supply, where Traverso works. They seized two canisters of Winstrol and Anavar steroids from a safe in Traverso's bedroom, drug records and two stolen guns. According to a search warrant affidavit, Traverso was recorded during the investigation telling an FBI informant, "I ain't taking it for no cop." He later admitted to the FBI he sold steroids to former Canby Officer Jason Deason.
posted on 11/16/2008 3:52:31 PM PST
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Stupid is as stupid does!!
posted on 11/16/2008 3:55:15 PM PST
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Yup... we’re so much safer with the FBI on top of this!
posted on 11/16/2008 3:58:47 PM PST
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This is absolutely no surprise. Steroid use by cops is becoming very common. I have knows a few myself. They tend to be the guys who became cops for all the wrong reasons.
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I’ve never understood why guys would swap for bigger muscles at the expense of shrinking balls.
posted on 11/16/2008 5:32:06 PM PST
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A problem once associated with bodybuilders and pro athletes has extended to law enforcement in recent years.
I guess people are forgetful. It was exposed 20 years ago on one of those 20/20 type shows that a lot of cops were doing that stuff to make themselves bigger, stronger, and more aggressive.
Being physically fit is a good thing for a cop, but this stuff can cause them to lose the ability to control anger, and the report I saw detailed many accounts of cops on steroids going mad and beating & killing suspects, complete strangers, their spouses, and so on. Another affect for some of them was sudden death from heart disease.
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