Steven Gabriel Moos is wanted for his alleged participation in medical fraud.
Weight: 185 pounds
Place of Birth: Indiana
Occupation: General practice physician specializing in "lifestyle" medicine
Scars and Marks: None known
Remarks: Moos is a known user of narcotics. He may have ties to Mexico City, Mexico and China.
Moos was a general practice physician who specialized in the area of "lifestyle" medicine in Tigard, Ore. He used his practice for the sale of treatments through the Internet, mail orders, and via his office. Between July 1, 2002, and July 10, 2002, the United States Customs Service in San Francisco, Calif., intercepted and seized a total of five packages sent from China and addressed to Moos. Among the contents of the packages was a chemical active ingredient which was a misbranded and adulterated drug, as well as an unapproved new drug as defined by the Food Drug and Cosmetic Act. Additionally, the packages did not contain the required health and safety warnings or adequate instructions for use.
A federal arrest warrant charging Moos with four counts related to medical fraud was issued on June 3, 2004, in the United States District Court, District of Oregon, Portland, Ore. On July 9, 2004, the Oregon Board of Medical Examiners revoked Moos' medical license.