According to U.S. Attorney Stephanie Finley, a 26-year-old Lake Charles man got two years in prison as leader of a conspiracy to sell steroids across Louisiana and Texas.

Jordan Berza was ordered by a federal judge to pay a $12,000 fine and pay the government $15,000 rather than lose property bought with drug money, as per Finley.

From Therepublic.com:
Ten defendants were sentenced earlier, including Christopher Gass, who owned a store called Planet Nutrition with Berza. Finley has said some of the steroids were sold there.

Finley says the ring bought powdered steroids from Germany and China.

One defendant, 23-year-old Ronald Lee Bert Fontenot of Eunice, is scheduled for sentencing Dec. 1.

iTen defendants were sentenced earlier, including Christopher Gass, who owned a store called Planet Nutrition with Berza. Finley has said some of the steroids were sold there.

Finley says the ring bought powdered steroids from Germany and China.

One defendant, 23-year-old Ronald Lee Bert Fontenot of Eunice, is scheduled for sentencing Dec. 1.
Investigators confiscated about $93,000, mostly from Berza’s and Gass’ bank accounts, and $13,000 in cash from Berza’s home, as per Finley.