Testosterone charges are filed against former law officers

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

By Samantha Kluesner

SEMONews Service

SCOTTCITY -- Charges of illegally possessing or selling testosterone have been filed against two former law enforcement officers in connection with a months-long investigation by the Southeast Missouri Drug Task Force.

Former Scott County deputy Ivan Norman Brant Jr., 37, of Scott City was charged with Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance. That means, if convicted, he would spend no more than seven years in prison and will have to pay a fine and undergo probation.

Former Scott City police officer Samuel J. Lincoln, 26, of Whitewater has been charged with a Class B felony of distribution of a controlled substance, according to court documents. If convicted, he would serve five to 15 years in prison.

Brant and Lincoln are scheduled to appear at 1 p.m. June 9 before Judge Gary Kamp in Cape Girardeau County Court in Jackson.

Charges stem from an investigation begun in January involving the sale or possession of testosterone, according to court documents.

Probable-cause statements by Missouri State Highway patrolman Jay R. Holcomb say a Jackson police officer filed a report that Lincoln offered to sell him testosterone earlier in January after a conversation about body image.

Lincoln told the officer he could sell him some testosterone for $200 and "that the testosterone would assist with quickly achieving a fit appearance," one of the statements says.

After the Jackson officer filed the report, a recorded phone call was arranged for the sale of the testosterone, according to the statement. On Jan. 22, the officer contacted Lincoln and was told the testosterone was available and he would sell it to the officer for $200.

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