The Corvallis Police Department is examining a chiropractic physician
who presumably utilized a concealed electronic camera to record patients in 2013 and 2014. William O'Donnell was a chiropractor at Vertebrata
Chiropractic in Corvallis, which is no longer in company, police say. State records reveal O'Donnell's chiropractic specialist's license is lapsed.
Corvallis police stated they do not believe O'Donnell currently resides in Oregon. O'Donnell was previously a chiropractic doctor in New Jersey and his state chiropractic doctor's license was suspended in March 2019 after being charged with sexual assault and threatening the welfare of a child, according to New Jersey state files. His suspension file says the victim, between the ages of 13 and 16, remained in his care at the time.
Corvallis police stated O'Donnell might have been targeting female clients at Vertebrata in their early 20s through their mid 30s. Cops do not think other doctors or staff members were associated with or understood of the supposed misbehavior, according to cops.
Corvallis cops said they require assistance identifying a number of women on the videos. Police asked any female patients of O'Donnell between November 2013 and May 2014 who were in their early 20s through mid 30s to call Detective Pete Dunn at 541-766-6433.
O'Donnell could not be reached for comment at the time of publication.– Celina Tebor
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