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An Oregon City man who admitted selling steroids to a Canby cop three years ago

mugzy

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pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to selling steroids to a man who now serves as an Oregon State University public safety officer.

FBI agents informed Oregon State University that Brian Casey Paul Jackson had sold steroids during a two-year period to Steve Beaudoin -- sales that occurred just prior to Beaudoin getting hired by the university as a campus safety officer. Beaudoin remains employed on campus.

When reached by phone Monday, Beaudoin said he knew Jackson from a past job when they worked for Oregon Trail Lumber. When told Jackson pleaded guilty to selling him steroids from June 2005 to 2007, Beaudoin said, "That's not true."

Jackson, 38, pleaded guilty to one count of distribution of anabolic steroids from June 2005 through June 2007 to Beaudoin, and to one count of distribution of human growth hormone from June 2005 to May 2008 to Bradley Worden, a fitness equipment specialist. Jackson will be sentenced June 29.

Beaudoin was hired by Oregon State University as a campus public safety officer on June 21, 2007.

OSU Public Safety Director Jack Rogers said he was unaware of Beaudoin's steroid activity when he was hired. Rogers said the background investigation and hiring process did not turn it up. Drug tests are not required as a condition of employment, he said.

Rogers said the FBI did share its investigative findings with him in May 2010. "It would have concerned me, yes, if I had known it at the time of hiring," Rogers said. "I had no indication that this was his history, no indication in the hiring process."

After the FBI provided investigative details to Rogers, which included checks Beaudoin wrote to Jackson for steroids, Rogers said Beaudoin assured him that he was not using or abusing steroids.

"We sat down with the officer and felt confident there was no continuation of this activity," Rogers said.

The FBI also provided its findings to the state agency that certifies law enforcement officers. Although Beaudoin completed a campus public safety course at the state academy that gives him the power to make probable cause arrests and do stop-and-frisks, campus security officers don't fall under the oversight of the state Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, said Marilyn Lorance, certification supervisor, and Eriks Gabliks, DPSST director.

Beaudoin does not carry a firearm.

According to assistant U.S. Attorney Jane Shoemaker, Jackson sold Beaudoin at least 50 pills of the steroid Winstrol, an injectable steroid called Deca Durabolin, Sustanon and, in June 2007, 100 pills of Anavar on one to two occasions. Shoemaker also said Jackson sold Beaudoin $500 worth of human growth hormone. Investigators discovered the sales through witness interviews and Jackson's computer records, Shoemaker said.

In May 2009, Jackson, a former Oregon City High School strength and conditioning coach, was sentenced to 30 days in jail in Clackamas County after admitting in state court that he sold and supplied then-Canby officer Jason Deason with steroids. Deason was seen riding his police motorcycle to Oregon City and purchasing steroids from Jackson while on duty and in uniform.

Criminal defense attorney John Henry Hingson III, who represented another man who supplied steroids to the former Canby cop, said the case shows that public safety officers should be subject to drug testing, both prior to and during employment.

"I would think that the concerns of Oregon State University, for the safety of the students there, would be similar to the interests of DPSST, in protecting the public from police officers who have used steroids," Hingson said.
 
FlyingDragon

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Seems like a very old story. Wonder why they waited this long to press charges.
 
drew

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According to assistant U.S. Attorney Jane Shoemaker, Jackson sold Beaudoin at least 50 pills of the steroid Winstrol, an injectable steroid called Deca Durabolin, Sustanon and, in June 2007, 100 pills of Anavar on one to two occasions. Shoemaker also said Jackson sold Beaudoin $500 worth of human growth hormone. Investigators discovered the sales through witness interviews and Jackson's computer records, Shoemaker said.


loose lips sink ships....and computer records? The importance of using a secure email account and keep a solid company
 
huntlo

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I didn't thinks steroids would show up on a
generic drug test. I have to wonder how
they have a case with no evidence. I know
he plead guilty, but how could they prove
what he sold was actually steroids? All drugs
confiscated must be tested before they
present charges. I think yall know as well as
I do that that even though the bottle says
Deca, Test, or whatever doesn't mean that's
what the bottle contains.
 
drew

drew

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Dec 3, 2010
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I didn't thinks steroids would show up on a
generic drug test. I have to wonder how
they have a case with no evidence. I know
he plead guilty, but how could they prove
what he sold was actually steroids? All drugs
confiscated must be tested before they
present charges. I think yall know as well as
I do that that even though the bottle says
Deca, Test, or whatever doesn't mean that's
what the bottle contains.
Prolly more than enough evidence with the cooperating wits and stool pigeons that he had to just cop out
 
MAYO

MAYO

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Sep 27, 2010
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I don't understand....the FBI investigating 1 guy selling a gym bro the equivalent of 1 cycle....something is awry on the mothership.
 
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