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Oklahoma City Chiropractor Arrested
Oklahoma City Police arrest a chiropractor after they say a woman claimed he offered her sex in exchange for chiropractic services. Police arrested Doctor Shandy Sells at his office Monday afternoon. Officers say a patient called them, then they conducted a sting operation.
"This man was offering services in exchange for sex, which obviously is against the law," said Msgt. Gary Knight.
On Monday, a chiropractor turned into an accused criminal. The allegations against Dr. Shandy Sells led to an arrest.
"This happened as a result of a lewd proposal that was made," said Msgt. Knight. "A woman had gone into his office. The chiropractor offered chiropractic services in exchange for sexual relations."
Oklahoma City Police say that woman called police after her visit to the Sells Chiropractic Clinic. Officers arrested Dr. Shandy Sells on a complaint of "offering to engage in an act of prostitution."
"The board's purpose is to protect the public's safety, health and welfare," said Beth Carter, Executive Director of the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
The Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners says it's important to do a background check on your chiropractor before you book your appointment.
"You want to make, as a consumer, a good choice in someone that you're going to make sure that he or she, you know, doesn't have any prior disciplinary actions," said Carter.
Check if your chiropractor is licensed and check is he or she has ever been disciplined by the Board of Chiropractic Examiners. You can see a list of disciplined chiropractors on the following website:
"Complaints aren't public information," said Carter. "Only if there's been a disciplinary action."
Dr. Sells has been licensed as a chiropractor in Oklahoma since January of 2006. Since then, the Board of Chiropractic Examiners says he's had no complaints against his license and he's faced no disciplinary action.
Dr. Sells bonded out of jail on Monday. We tried calling Dr. Sells' office, but it had already closed for the day.
If you ever have questions about a chiropractor, or want to make sure a chiropractor is licensed, you can reach the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners by calling 405-524-6223.
Posted: Tuesday, December 11 2012, 09:56 PM CST
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Okla. grand jury returns new charges on ex-judge
May 23, 2013 23:32 GMT
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Oklahoma's multicounty grand jury has returned new indictments against a former Lincoln County judge who already faces embezzlement and cattle theft charges.
The grand jury handed up the indictments Thursday against 47-year-old Craig S. Key of Chandler.
Key turned himself in last month to Lincoln County authorities who set bond at $10,000.
One indictment accuses Key of harboring a fugitive by allegedly encouraging a client facing criminal charges in Lincoln and Jefferson counties to flee the state to avoid prosecution.
Another charges Key with five counts of delivery of a forged note and accuses him of forging the name of a woman whose signature was required on escrow account checks that Key was also required to sign.
Key's attorney, Cheryl Ramsey of Stillwater, says the additional indictments are no surprise.
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