Detectives Found Over 30 Vials Of Steroids In Tim Lambesis' House
At today's preliminary hearing in San Diego, CA, detectives stated that they found dozens of vials of what appeared to be steroids and thousands of dollars in cash in the musician's bedroom.
Homicide investigators found a lock box in Lambesis' Carlsbad home containing "a lot of different quantities" of male enhancement-type drugs, male libido-type drugs and estrogen blocking drugs used in body building Det. John Buckley with the San Diego County Sheriff's Department testified in court.
There were approximately 30 to 40 vials along with different types of pill packages with more than $12,000 in cash, the detective said.
The undercover deputy that made the arrest, Howard Bradley, described the meeting in which Lambesis handed him a manila envelope containing 10, $100 bills during a preliminary hearing Monday in San Diego Superior Court in Vista.
"He told me he wanted his wife gone," Bradley testified.
He went on to explain how Lambesis immediately agreed to the $20,000 price and said he had already withdrawn the money from his bank account.
Lambesis explained he wanted his wife dead because she was going to get up to 60-percent of his income and would not allow their children – ages 4, 8, and 10 – to go on tour with him, the deputy testified.
If convicted, Lambesis could face up to nine years in prison.