Man Arrested for Steroids for the Second Time

Written by  Friday, 13 June 2014 13:35

Last weekend, on June 7th, investigators with the Crime Suppression Team responded to a residence in the 300 block of Palm Avenue off of Lanier Drive to assist in a domestic disturbance call according to the press release.   They arrived at the home of 23 year old James Hunter Poole, who had been previously arrested in March of this year for manufacturing steroids and had posted bond on that charge.  During the domestic dispute investigation, investigators noted all of the necessary ingredients to manufacture steroids inside the residence along with syringes, vials, and suspected finished product.  Poole was then re-arrested for manufacturing steroids and taken to the Bulloch County Jail where he remains without bond. The evidence found at the scene was submitted to the GBI Crime Lab for testing.

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