A judge Thursday sentenced a Casper man to three to five years in prison for felony possession of steroids.
Police arrested Thomas Sage Hallock last October after probation officers said they found steroids at his home.
The 32-year-old pleaded guilty to the charge in December, and Natrona County District Judge Scott Skavdahl announced his sentence Thursday.
According to a police, Hallock, after learning that probation and parole officers were at his residence in October, called his girlfriend and told her to go home and throw several fluid-filled vials in the trash. Probation officers waiting outside the residence watched the woman throw several vials, some of which were labeled “testosterone,” into a trash can outside, along with syringes.
Hallock told officers the steroids allegedly found in the home — approximately 122 grams with packaging — were from the last time he “got busted” and he had yet to dispose of them, according to police.