Two men have been charged as a result of an investigation into the use of performance-enhancing drugs by Victorian police.
A 46-year-old Donvale man has been charged with possessing a drug of dependence and has been released on bail.
He will be back in court on November 21.
A 23-year-old Highton man is charged with possessing unauthorised drugs and will be back in court on December 3.
The charges follow yesterday.
Police seized synthetic steroids, human growth hormones and two pill presses, that are understood to have come from an anti-ageing clinic in Moonee Ponds.
The homes of two senior constables and a sergeant were searched as part of those raids.
The sergeant and one of the senior constables have been suspended with pay but have not been charged.
Three other men, a 79-year-old Moonee Ponds man, a South Morang man, 43, and an Altona Meadows man, 29, have been questioned and released pending summons.