U.S.A Wisconsin man was accused of posing as a doctor and giving medications to unsuspecting patients.Kyle Larsen, 32, allegedly ran Medical Psychology of Wisconsin and had “significant” contact with patients with mental health diagnoses, prosecutors said. Larsen even gave a patient what he claimed was a flu shot, the Appleton Post-Crescent reported. Kyle Larsen, 32, was accused of posing as a doctor and prescribing medication to patients. Larsen has been held at the Outagamie County Jail since November 28. Appleton Police Department “He treated a number of different patients, according to the allegations in the criminal complaint, including giving someone what was reportedly a flu shot but unknown what was ultimately injected,” Outagamie County District Attorney Melinda Tempelis said during a court hearing on Wednesday.Larsen also gave patients other medications which were not identified, Tempelis added. She said that some patients had taken all of the medications “so there’s nothing left, thereby potentially endangering their safety.”According to the criminal complaint, Larsen led people to believe he was a doctor by presenting himself as Dr. Kyle Ellis and heard their personal medical information.One woman claimed she disclosed her history with depression and anxiety and told Larsen what medications she was taking…. Read full this story
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