The superintendent of the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation in Indiana was arrested on Friday on DUI charges.
According to reports, the man was driving erratically on State Road 29 when officers pulled him over. He was administered a field sobriety test, which he failed, and also a blood test. He was found to have a blood-alcohol content of 0.10, which is over the legal limit in Indiana.
The man was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. The man said that school board did not yet know of his arrest.
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A 59-year-old dermatologist in San Antonio was recently ordered to wear an electronic monitoring device while he awaits trial for allegedly sexually assaulting several patients. The man’s license was already suspended by the Texas Medical Board.
The dermatologist was indicted last month on two counts of sexually assaulting his patients. In both instances, the doctor is accused of luring women into back rooms where he allegedly fondled them. Several women came forward against the man accusing him of sexual assault dating back to 1986, however, the statute of limitations had run out for those cases.
Fearing that the man would try to flee the country, a Bexar County judge ordered him to wear an electronic monitoring device and surrender his passport. His trial will begin in the upcoming months.
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A 36-year-old police officer from Nashville, Tennessee was recently charged with fraudulently obtaining prescription drugs such as hydrocodone. He was removed from his position in the Nashville Police Department.
Prosecutors say that the officer and his wife illegally obtained the drugs from April 23, 2008 to March 19, 2010. The couple has sixteen counts in total against them, including two counts of obtaining hydrocodone and alprazolam, a drug used to treat depression and anxiety.
The man became a police officer in 2007. This is not the first suspension for the officer, who was suspended in 2010 for leaving his department-issued gun in his personal vehicle.
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A Connecticut doctor was recently accused of illegally prescribing drugs for his own use. He is currently facing 30 counts of prescribing narcotics and 14 additional counts of prescribing and selling controlled substances.
The DEA raided the man’s Connecticut office in February of last year. At the doctor’s office, they found several boxes of records that proved the man had been illegally prescribing drugs. His physician’s license was immediately suspended following the raid.
The doctor is being held in jail with a bond set at $250,000. His court date is set for April 26.
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