BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Three men are facing prison time after pleading guilty Friday to counts of conspiracy to sell or distribute Oxycodone and steroids, according to the Connecticut Post .
Christopher "Money Man" Puzzio, of Stamford, an analyst at UBS, had studied chemistry and was using his skills to produce anabolic steroids and growth hormone from substances he obtained overseas, according to the report.
Jerry Mazzuoccolo, a personal trainer from Trumbull, then sold the steroids and hormones, according to the report. Puzzio and a third man, Sean "Doughboy" Jackson, a felon previously convicted of robbery, then invested the money into another drug operation, purchasing painkillers such as Oxycodone, Xanax and Valium in order to sell later, the report said.
According to the Post, the men entered their guilty pleas in Superior Court. Puzzio and Mazzuoccolo each face up to three years in prison while Jackson faces up to two years.
Read the full report at ctpost.com .
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