Don’t Speed with a Suspended License While in Possession of Anabolic Steroids

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So you’re a bodybuilder who has decided to order anabolic steroids over the internet? You’ve paid your dues in the steroid source forums. You’ve done your due diligence and have found a good steroid source. Your place the order. You transfer the money via Western Union. And you receive a package containing few vials of steroids at the post office. No customs seizure. No tracking beacon. All you have to do is take your steroid booty home and begin your cycle. You are home free. Almost.

You still have to make the drive from the post office to your home. Just a few miles before you can safely stash your magic muscle solution in your bedroom. Of course, you can’t wait to get home. You can’t wait to begin your cycle with that first steroid injection. So, you must resist that tendency to speed home. Keep the speedometer reading below the posted speed limit. Follow traffic laws.

But wait. You happen to have a suspended driver’s license. You’re already breaking the law. What if you’re caught. The longer you are on the road breaking the law with your suspended license, the more time a cop will have to pull you over. Maybe you should speed home after all. Maybe not.

The reasons why Michael Vazquez of Kenmore, New York was speeding while driving with a suspended license with vials of injectable steroids in his possession may never be known. Nothing will attract more attention to your violations of the Controlled Substances Act.

New York State Police pulled Vazquez over after he was clocked exceeding the speed limit by 26 miles per hour. Vazquez was driving 81 miles per hour in a 55-mph zone. When the police officer checked Vazquez’s driver’s license, he discovered that Vazquez failed to respond to a court summons related to another traffic violation. This had resulted in a suspended license.

Things were looking pretty bad. But they got worse once officers conducted a search of his vehicle. It was then that they discovered three vials of injectable testosterone and multipe syringes and needles.

Vazquez faces charges of criminal possession of a controlled substance (anabolic steroids), criminal possession of steroid paraphernalia, driving with a suspended license and speeding.

He is scheduled to appear in the Town of Tonawanda Court on October 22, 2012.

Photo credit: New York State Police


Tonawanda News. (September 27, 2012). Man found with steroids. Retrieved from