February 11, 2016

Omaha man accused of manufacturing steroids

Anthony Acome

Anthony Acome

A four month investigation by law enforcement lands a 40 year old Omaha man in jail accused of making steroids and then selling them on the streets. Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputy Chief Marty Bilek says on Tuesday they had all the proof they needed and served a search warrant at Anthony Acome’s home. Inside law enforcement found vials of illegal steroids, 27 handguns and long guns and $15,000 in cash.

Authorities says Acome had chemicals to make the steroids shipped to his home from overseas and made the drug inside his home. He would then sell them on the streets.

Acome is charged with controlled substance and firearm possession and intent to deliver a controlled substance.

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