[Philly] But Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli said that his office is still investigating the circumstances surrounding Reid’s accidental overdose, including where he got the heroin and where he obtained so much drug paraphernalia. Police discovered 47 syringes and 64 needles in a gym bag along with 19 vials of an unknown liquid, he said.
“The investigation from this point forward is focused on trying to find the identity of any individuals who may have facilitated Mr. Reid by delivering illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia to him either here in Northampton County or in Philadelphia,” Morganelli said at an afternoon press conference in Easton.
A law-enforcement source familiar with drug investigations said that the 19 vials of liquid could be an anabolic steroid, which would require multiple needles and syringes as well. Neither Morganelli or Lysek could be reached for further comment on the vials on Thursday afternoon, and no mention of steroids was made at the news conference.
In 2007, when Garrett Reid crashed his car in Plymouth Township, Montgomery County, police found heroin, steroids and more than 200 pills in his car
In May 2009, he was sent to Graterford Prison after testing positive during a furlough from a treatment center. But Reid seemed to have turned a corner, assisting the team’s strength-and-conditioning coach at Lehigh and, according to published reports, he had found a passion for fitness. Full Story
I just bolded some things for you, that may suggest those unknown liquids “could” be steroids. You gotta consider it a possibility, right? And if the Eagles assistant strength and condition coach, who has a passion for fitness and helping improve players physical abilities, is carrying around steroids….we’ll, I’ll just say, that ain’t good.
Hopefully, for everyone’s sake, those unknown liquids aren’t steroids and this is complete speculation.
UPDATE: 11:31pm (we received this tweet):