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Federal drug charges filed against Perry Mosdromos

Original post made on Sep 5, 2012

Perry Mosdromos, a Palo Alto man who was arrested on June 7 for selling $250,000 worth of steroids and prescription medications through his Menlo Park bodybuilding business, was arrested and charged by federal agents for the crimes on Aug. 30.

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Posted by Mr Hill
a resident of Menlo Park: Sharon Heights
on Sep 5, 2012 at 12:54 pm

I read this story back in June during his first arrest and I'm reading this here again, and i"ll tell you one thing, anyone who was closely associated with this guy had to have suspected something was going on.

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It's a shame this kind of activity happens right in front of our noses, under the roof of business in Sharon Heights, it really shows you what kind of people you are really dealing with. Hopefully the authorities can flush out the bad element. This is a sad day for Sharon Heights.

Mr. Hill

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Posted by Hmmm
a resident of another community
on Sep 5, 2012 at 11:44 pm

Hmmm is a registered user.

Mr. Hill - this story shows it can happen anywhere. Many legit seeming businesses have very shady dealings.

When I was in college, I socialized a lot w/bodybuilders who were friends of my fiance. They all used steroids. One was a former pro football player. I found out about the steroids around the same time I found out the one we were closest to was also dealing cocaine. He was a local legend - a minor entertainment figure as well as bodybuilder. I ended my friendship w/all of these people & my fiance became distant w/them as well. I must say, along the way, I had the opportunity to do something about what I knew & I did. I've never regretted it, either.

This story does make me wonder what those close to him really knew or suspected. Yeah, right - supplements!

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