Menlo Palo personal trainer arrested in huge drug bust Around Town, posted by Editor, The Almanac Online, on Jun 8, 2012 at 5:26 pm
A 46-year-old Palo Alto man who is a personal trainer in Menlo Park was arrested Thursday morning in connection with the seizure of tens of thousands of doses of prescription medications, the Menlo Park Police Department reported.
Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, June 7, 2012, 11:19 PM
Posted by anon, a resident of another community, on Jun 8, 2012 at 5:26 pm
The error of connecting this crime to Peak Performance is very unfortunate for Dr. Tarr, who had a good reputation in the Menlo Park/Palo Alto/Atherton community. I'm not sure why the mistake had to be made. I noticed that the Daily Post didn't mention Peak Performance and instead only listed One-2-One fitness, which appears to be the business that Mosdromos owns. Next time the Almanac/Weekly should be more careful.
Posted by Peter Carpenter, a resident of the Atherton: Lindenwood neighborhood, on Jun 8, 2012 at 6:05 pm Peter Carpenter is a member (registered user) of Almanac Online
The Menlo Park Police report incorrectly and inappropriately identified Peak Performance as the suspect's place of business. The Weekly failed to fact check but has since corrected it's story. The Almanac story has always used the correct information.
The MP Police corrected their news release later today - very sloppy police work.
Posted by poster , a resident of another community, on Jun 9, 2012 at 3:24 pm
Menlo Park police originally reported that his business was Peak Performance. In a subsequent note of clarification, the police said:
"Perry Mosdromos is the owner of '1 2 1" Personal Training. Although Mosdromos' offices are located at Peak Performance in Menlo Park and the personal training services are offered there, he is not an employee of the chiropractic offices and in fact is an independent contractor.
"The investigation is continuing into this case and at this time, there is no evidence that indicates the chiropractic offices at Peak Performance are involved."