Two Arrested in Illegal Steroid Case
Early Monday morning, detectives from the Indiana State Police Department and Jeffersonville City Police Department arrested two men, Anthony G. Mills, Jr, 27, of Pinta Place in Sellersburg and Robert Collier Wilcoxson, 24, from Independence Way in Charlestown. The arrests stemmed from an investigation that began back in June of this year involving the alleged distribution and possession of illegal steroids.
Information was obtained by Indiana State Police Detectives that Anthony G. Mills, Jr. and Robert C. Wilcoxson were allegedly trying to possess illegal steroids. A reverse sting was conducted in which Indiana State Police Detectives made deals to sell what the two arrested males thought were illegal steroids. The alleged steroids were actually a counterfeit substance. Both men arrived at different locations to purchase the fake steroids with one of the males, Anthony G. Mills, Jr., driving his issued Jeffersonville City Police Car.
The arrests came after arrest warrants were issued by the Clark County Circuit Court earlier today. Anthony G Mills, Jr, was charged with Attempted Possession of a Controlled Substance, C Felony. Robert C. Wilcoxson was charged with Attempting to Deal in a Controlled Substance, A Felony; Attempted Possession of a Controlled Substance, C Felony and Dealing in a Look-A-Like Substance, C Felony.
Both men were incarcerated at the Clark County Jail awaiting their first court appearance.
No further information about the two arrested will be released by the Indiana State Police. All further information will have to be released by the Clark County Prosecutor’s Office.
The Jeffersonville City Police Department assisted in this investigation.