Steroids allegedly found in Sayreville football coach’s car: police

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SAYREVILLE, N.J. (AP/PIX11) —Officials have postponed a high school football game in New Jersey after an assistant coach was accused of having steroids.

Sayreville High School officials are not saying if the postponement is related to defensive coordinator Charles Garcia's arrest.

The Home News Tribune reports Garcia was stopped by police in Bridgewater last week and charged with possession of steroids, testosterone and syringes.

School board president Kevin Clark says the board will discuss Garcia's status on Tuesday.

Sayreville was scheduled to play South Brunswick on Thursday night.


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