Jamie Larkin

UPDATE: Jaime Larkin Sold $2M In Steroids, Stung By PBSO

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Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Uses Confidential Informant, ApplePay, In Massive Steroids Bust.

Jamie Larkin
An arrest report identifies Jaime Larkin as a major source of steroids in South Florida.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office used a confidential informant to purchase thousands of dollars worth of steroids from Jaime Larkin, then ran a financial crimes investigation to determine that his steroid business has netted at least $2M.

Those are among the allegations filed in the affidavit of probable cause just released following Larkin’s arrest earlier this week. The document identifies Larkin as a major source of steroid distribution in South Florida.

Over the span of several months, PBSO detectives — using a confidential informant — purchased Testosterone, Kisspeptin, Anastrozole, Anavar, Nanadrolan, and more. The drugs were all prescribed by a doctor who investigators claim is a “known associate” of Larkin.

Read the complete arrest report, below, to understand how detectives investigated Larkin and eventually arrested him after months of detective work. He is now charged with money laundering, and two counts of selling/possessing steroids.

Larkin, who lives in Delray Beach, was booked into jail on February 15th and released several hours later on $6,000 bond.

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