Brandon Joseph Millay, age 43, Jimmie Lynn Garrison, age 43, and Mary Kay Hamilton, age 32, all of Owensboro, and Kevin Seth Revelette, age 38, of Greenville, Kentucky, have been sentenced on steroid related charges in United States District Court.
Chief Judge Thomas B. Russell sentenced Millay, a former professor at Kentucky Community and Technical College in Owensboro, to two years in prison for conspiring to distribute anabolic steroids, operating an unregistered establishment for processing and packaging anabolic steroids, and misbranding anabolic steroids.
Revelette, the 2006 Mr. Kentucky body building champion, was sentenced to two years for conspiring to distribute anabolic steroids.
Garrison was sentenced to year home confinement followed by two additional years of probation for conspiring to distribute anabolic steroids and obstructing a federal criminal investigation.
Hamilton was sentenced to two years’ probation for obstructing a federal criminal investigation. Millay and Revelette were also sentenced to 2 years’ supervised release following incarceration. There is no parole in the federal judicial system.
Millay, Revelette and Garrison had pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute anabolic steroids between October 2006 and April 2008.
Federal officials say Millay imported raw anabolic steroid powder from China and had some of those shipments delivered to Garrison and others. In his home, Millay processed the steroid powder into injectable liquid form, and bottled the steroids. Millay then sold the steroids in Owensboro and online to others.
Millay and Revelette supplied each other with steroids and assisted one another in identifying sources of supply. On May 6, 2008, government lawyers say Garrison and Hamilton obstructed the federal criminal investigation by concealing steroid related materials from federal agents.