Bossier School Board member among 3 indicted in federal steroids case

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: More details about indicted Bossier School Board member

SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - A Bossier Parish School Board member is among three people a federal grand jury has indicted in a case involving anabolic steroids.

District 5′s Michael S. “Mike” Mosura, of Bossier City, plus Brant R. Landry and Julie Landry are named in the indictment filed Sept. 27, court documents show.

Mosura could be seen Wednesday afternoon leaving the federal courthouse in downtown Shreveport.

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Federal grand jury indicts Bossier School Board member, 2 others in steroids case

The five-count indictment alleges that the three conspired to distribute anabolic steroids from Jan. 1, 2016, through May 22, 2018.

Brant Landry also is accused of:

  • possessing anabolic steroids May 22, 2018, with intent to distribute;
  • manufacturing anabolic steroids from at least Jan. 1, 2016, through May 22, 2018; and,
  • possessing a firearm May 22, 2018, in relation to a drug-trafficking offense.

The indictment identifies the guns in question as a Ruger, a high-point rifle, a Remington 870 shotgun, a DPMS AR-15 rifle, a Taurus firearm and and Sig Sauer firearm.

The court documents also show that Julie Landry is accused of removing anabolic steroids from a residence in anticipation of the home being searched. The indictment formally charges her with misprison of a felony.

If convicted as charged, the indictment shows, the three would have to forfeit any property derived from the alleged crimes and any property, including guns, used or intended to be used during the alleged offenses.

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