Controlled international delivery of Strombaject for two unlucky New Jersey residents.

A Clover Hill area man and another from Hillsborough in Somerset County were charged yesterday in connection with receiving anabolic steroids.

According to investigators, Scott R. Jacquish, 32, of Brennan Way in Hillsborough and David M. Reynolds, 31, of Amwell Road in the Clover Hill area were arrested on June 9 after Federal Homeland Security agents notified Hillsborough Police Detectives that an international package addressed to Jacquish containing a quantity of the anabolic steroid Strombaject (Stanozolol) was intercepted and would be turned over to Hillsborough Police for further investigation.

Police said search warrants were executed on Jacquish’s residence, as well Reynolds’ place of business on East Main Street in Somerville.

Jacquish was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, 3rd degree, and Reynolds was charged with attempt to possess a controlled dangerous substance, 3rd degree. Both men were released on their own recognizance.

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