An investigation by the United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS)
developed evidence that from a time in 2015 through November 13, 2018, Ronald Roginsky
manufactured anabolic steroids and trafficked anabolic steroids through the mail across the
On October 24, 2018, a U.S. Postal Inspector observed a male, later identified as
Ronald Roginsky, arrive at the Brunswick, Ohio, post office at approximately 2:30 p.m. The
postal inspector observed Roginsky deposit 19 parcels into the mail receptacle located inside the
On October 25, 2018, the postal inspector obtained and executed federal search
warrants for the 19 parcels. Scheduled controlled substances were recovered.
The vials of liquid and pill bottles each listed “UX Labs” on the label.
In September, 2018, a Postal Service parcel addressed to Ronald Roginsky had
been received at Roginsky’s Brunswick, Ohio, residence from Le Melange, LLC, 10232
Clubhouse Turn Road, Lake Worth, Florida 33449. Le Melange, LLC, sells various packing
supplies including 10 ml vials similar to the vials seized containing anabolic steroids.
On October 31, 2018, at approximately 12:47 p.m., a U.S. Postal Inspector
observed Ronald Roginsky depart his Brunswick, Ohio, residence. The postal inspector
followed Roginsky to the Hinckley, Ohio post office. Roginsky entered the post office.
Following Roginsky’s departure, the postal inspector immediately interviewed the
post office window clerk, who advised that Roginsky had mailed (6) parcels.
Hinckley postal management advised that the individual (Roginsky) who mailed
the (6) parcels is the renter of PO Box ***09 Hinckley, Ohio. The postal inspector reviewed the
PO Box ***09 application. “Robert D. Davis” was listed as the name of the person who applied
for/rented PO Box ***09. The driver’s license listed could not be located in any state databases
and appeared to be fictitious.
On November 1, 2018, the postal inspector obtained federal search warrants for
the (6) parcels, resulting in the recovery of scheduled controlled substances.
On November 2, 2018, a postal inspector interdicted a U.S. Priority Mail parcel
addressed to Rob Davis, PO Box ***09, Hinckley, Ohio 44233 and bearing a return address
from Elk Grove Village, Illinois. The postal inspector obtained and executed a federal search
warrant resulting in the recovery of $270.00 U.S. Currency concealed inside an envelope,
wrapped in newspaper.
On November 13, 2018, U.S. Postal Inspectors and Special Agents from the FBI,
IRS, and Medina County Drug Task Force executed a federal search warrant at the Brunswick,
Ohio residence of Ronald Roginsky. Investigators identified/recovered in Roginsky’s residence
equipment and other materials for the manufacture, sale, and distribution of steroids.
Also found in the search was a plastic tub containing U.S. Priority Mail parcels.
Steroids were recovered from the parcels. These items were found on the kitchen table and were
suspected of being Ronald Roginsky" s daily shipments.
The postal inspector, along with an FBI Special Agent and an IRS Special Agent,
interviewed Ronald Roginsky. Prior to any questioning, Roginsky was read his rights per
Miranda and signed an Inspection Service Warning and Waiver of Rights form.
Roginsky stated he opened - with counterfeit Ohio driver’s licenses and
fraudulent insurance/utility documents - ten PO boxes at (9) post offices and (1) UPS store.
Roginsky used these PO boxes to receive anabolic steroids, precursors, and steroid sale