After months of grand jury hearing, indictments were handed down today in the steroid investigation involving the Bay Area Lab Cooperative. Victor Conte, the president of BALCO, and James J. Valente, the lab's vice president were names, along with Greg Anderson, and Remi Korchemny, a track coach.

Anderson is Barry Bonds' personal trainer. Bonds, along with a dozen other athletes testified in the case. No athletes are named in the indictment.

According to the AP:

The charges include conspiracy to distribute steroids, possession of human growth hormone, misbranding drugs with intent to defraud and money laundering.

According to the indictment, the four were involved in the scheme between December 2001 and Sept. 3, 2003, in which steroids were distributed to athletes on six different occasions.

AuthorMark McClusky