In a further doping scandal, in 2010, Fuentes was arrested by Spanish police as part of Operación Galgo (Operation Greyhound ). In a series of simultaneous raids across five provinces on 9 December, Spanish police seized a large quantity of anabolic steroids, hormones and EPO , as well as laboratory equipment for blood transfusions. According to Público newspaper, Eufemiano Fuentes and his sister Yolanda were the leaders of the alleged plot. Also arrested were the athlete Marta Dominguez , who was released on bail after having been charged with the trafficking and distribution of doping substances, and Alberto Leon, in whose fridge anti-doping police found several bags of blood. Leon was found dead shortly after, the result of an apparent suicide.  In January 2013, the Operacion Puerto trial went underway, and Fuentes offered to reveal the names of all the athletes he helped doping. The judge, Julia Santamaria, told him that he was not under obligations to name any other athletes others than the cyclists implicated. Fuentes stated that he supplied athletes in other sports with drugs and said: “I could identify all the samples [of blood]. If you give me a list I could tell you who corresponds to each code on the [blood] packs.” 
Anadrole is named after the compound – anadrol. Another immensely powerful bulking steroid that can bring about huge increases in weight. This rapid weight gain is due to the body adding muscle and water. Because it can cause the body to retain a considerable amount of fluid, it can leave a user looking more smooth compared to other ‘dry’ steroids. Anadrol is also thought to be more toxic than other steroids, hence how bodybuilders often prefer dianabol instead. Obviously, anadrole will be much less toxic on the body and safe to use in comparison.