Suspected Steroid Dealer Released on Bond
From The Tampa Tribune:
Richard Thomas, 35, will be allowed to live with his mother in Lakeland after they sign paperwork agreeing to forfeit $25,000 if he flees prosecution or fails to appear for a court hearing.
U.S. Magistrate Thomas Wilson agreed to the recommendation by Assistant U.S. Attorney Kelley Howard-Allen that Thomas be released under the supervision of the court's pretrial services department. Thomas must submit to random drug testing, surrender his passport and not possess any firearms.
His attorney, Mark Taylor, wouldn't comment on reports that his client told authorities he sold steroids to professional athletes. Asked about Thomas' cooperation with authorities, Taylor said, "He is fully cooperating with me." Beyond that, he declined to comment.
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June 5, 2009; 12:16 PM ET
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