Cooper Freeman, owner of the Dynabody Fitness in Oxford, was arrested and charged with three counts of distribution of a controlled substance and several counts of possession of a controlled substance, said Lt. Chris Roberson of the task force.
The manager of the gym, Billy Cole of Saks, was charged with criminal conspiracy to commit a controlled substance crime and possession of a controlled substance, Roberson said.
Amanda Freeman, Cooper Freeman's wife, was also arrested. She was charged with possession of a controlled substance.
Roberson said the arrests were the result of a five-to-six month investigation where the task force arranged repeatedly to buy steroids from Freeman.
The task force joined with the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office and Alcoholic Beverage Control Board to raid three locations simultaneously Wednesday, Roberson said.
They targeted the Saks home of Cole, the Freeman's home on Sue Drive in Oxford and the business Wednesday morning, Roberson said.
Drugs were found at both homes and paperwork related to the crimes was found at the gym, Roberson said.
The use of the gym at 1407 Hamric Drive East was connected with the drug trade, Roberson said.
Roberson said the steroids, syringes and other supplies were all throughout the Freeman's home and no attempt was made to hide them.