An Edmonton man has been arrested and charged with importing a controlled substance after border officials intercepted a large quantity of steroids they say was destined for his house.
Canadian Border Service Agency officials in Vancouver seized 342 vials and 10,000 tablets of steroids on April 7.
They were sent in a package from Thailand through Vancouver, postmarked to an Edmonton address.
Members of the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams executed a search warrant April 16 at the address on the package, where they seized six rifles, 194 grams of marijuana and 24 tabs of ecstasy.
Norman Jones, 55, has been charged with importation of a controlled substance and possession of ecstasy.