A Lakelands man was fined $1000 and granted a spent conviction after police discovered greater than 100 tablets and 16 vials of steroids in his house.
Ashley Andre Donald Garcia, 25, pleaded responsible to possessing the steroids, 48 hashish seeds and a selfmade Gatorade bong when he appeared within the Mandurah Magistrates Courtroom on Tuesday.
Police charged Garcia after executing a search warrant on his Lakelands house about 11.40am on September 14, 2018.
The medication had been present in his stroll in gown and toilet.
Garcia’s lawyer Clare Hay informed the courtroom Garcia has since undertaken a courtroom rehabilitation program and now not makes use of steroids or hashish.
She mentioned he was main a wholesome way of life and had secured employment.
It’s unlawful, irrespective of if it’s the tradition, or accepted in some circles.
Justice of the Peace Anne Longden
Justice of the Peace Anne Longden informed the courtroom utilizing steroids was towards the legislation.
“The issues of utilizing steroids outweigh the advantages,” she mentioned.
“It’s unlawful, irrespective of if it’s the tradition, or accepted in some circles.”
Ms Longden granted Garcia a spent conviction accepting the offending was unlikely to be repeated and he wouldn’t use medication sooner or later.