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COREY Peter Mur­phy said he wasn’t aware he was break­ing the law when he pur­chased a pill press to make his own pro­tein tablets. How­ever that pur­chase, along with the pos­ses­sion of four dif­fer­ent types of steroids led to him be­ing charged by po­lice on one count of un­law­ful pos­ses­sion of a rel­e­vant sub­stance or thing and four charges of pos­sess­ing a dan­ger­ous drug. The 20-year-old fronted Biloela Mag­is­trates Court on Wed­nes­day and pleaded guilty to all charges. The court heard that on May 4 po­lice ex­e­cuted a search war­rant on a Cas­tle St ad­dress in Biloela. Mur­phy said he had steroids and showed po­lice the pill press. Po­lice also found a pill bot­tle with blue tablets which Mur­phy con­firmed were steroids. They also found three 10ml glass con­tain­ing pills which Mur­phy ad­mit­ted were steroids, telling po­lice they were for his own use. Mag­is­trate Beck­in­sale fined Mur­phy $300, but only to be paid if he breaks the law again. A con­vic­tion was not recorded and Mur­phy was or­dered to at­tend a drug in­for­ma­tion ses­sion.

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