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    Steroids Trafficking: Stephanie Rumble Accused of Drug Crimes Alongside two Rockhampton Police
    April 19, 2017 5:25pm


    THE IDENTITY of a Rockhampton woman accused of trafficking steroids can now be revealed.

    Stephanie Rumble, 27, has been charged with trafficking and using a mobile phone in a crime following an investigation by Queensland’s corruption watchdog.

    She was listed to appear in court yesterday.

    In March, Rumble was charged along with two Rockhampton police officers following an investigation by the Crime and Corruption Commission.

    On Wednesday, investigators probing the alleged trafficking laid more charges.



    Rumble, a retail worker from Allenstown, is now charged with one count of trafficking in a dangerous drug (steroids) or alternatively five charges of supply dangerous drug and was also charged with one possession of a mobile phone used in the commission of a crime.

    Rockhampton police officer Brent Culleton, 35, appeared in court on Wednesday charged with possession of a dangerous drug and supply of a dangerous drug.

    The Crime and Corruption Commission issued a release yesterday which said Culleton had also been charged with failing to dispose of a syringe and needle and possessing a mobile phone used in a crime.



    Another Rockhampton police officer, Troy Richard Pryczek, on Wednesday pleaded guilty to one charge of possession of a dangerous drug.

    Mr Pryczek’s police union defence lawyer, Troy Schmidt, said the 30-year-old police officer used bodybuilding to deal with the stresses of being a police officer.

    But he made a “stupid decision” and started experimenting with steroids after becoming immersed in the gym culture.

    “This was an officer trying to deal with stress, who made a stupid decision,” Mr Schmidt said.

    He said in his work as an officer, Pryczek was exposed to much of the dark side of human life as he covered suicides, domestic assaults and horrific car crashes.

    “He started experimenting and accepts his actions were wrong and illegal,” Mr Schmidt said.

    “He has been referred to a psychologist to help him deal with the stresses of his work.”



    Police Prosecutor Cas Stafford, who made it clear to the court she had never met Pryczek, said police officers were trained to know of their responsibilities 24 hours a day.

    She said officers from the Crime and Corruption Commission searched Pryczek’s north Rockhampton home about 6.50am on March 13. Pryczek had just returned from work.

    She said Pryczek told officers he had nothing to declare when they asked him before the search started.

    In the bedroom officers found a large plastic container with used needles inside.

    In the lining at the bottom of the bed they found two bottles containing yellow liquid, with the labels partially removed.

    She said the officer had no other criminal history.

    Mr Schmidt said Pryczek had been suspended without pay and had to use his own savings to survive.



    A request for him to undertake secondary employment had been lodged with the Queensland Police Service more than three weeks ago, but he was still waiting to hear back whether approval would be granted.

    He said dismissal from the police service was a “very real and live” prospect.

    He said after leaving school Pryczek started work in the construction industry. In 2011, he performed voluntary work to help with the Brisbane floods clean up.

    This voluntary work continued as he helped feed the homeless. His work contributed to a decision to change careers and join the police force. He was stationed to Rockhampton.

    Pryczek also helped with voluntary work in his own time, supporting victims of Cyclone Marcia.

    Magistrate Cameron Press fined Pryczek $800.

    It is not known at this stage what the outcome of Rumble’s court appearance was.
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    "Failing to dispose of a syringe and needle" and "possession of a cell phone in the commission of a crime"?

    Wow, when they throw the book at you in Australia they don't mess around.
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    They have some really tough laws in that country.
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    god I love living in Canada where I can do personal ampunts of ugl aas without persecution

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    Is it me or is the chick taking the rap for these cops? Their charges are pretty light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eazy57 View Post
    Is it me or is the chick taking the rap for these cops? Their charges are pretty light.
    Kinda looks like it, eh?
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