A phony doctor who sexually abused at least ten women, then changed his name and resumed his predatory behavior at a new clinic, is finally in jail according to police.
In 1995, Alan Lupinacci pleaded guilty to criminal sexual contact with at least ten female patients, served a year in prison and was stripped of his license to practice medicine and surgery forever.
But his stint in jail and sex-offender record did not stop him
Tuesday morning Lupinacci, who also goes by the alias Dr. Alan Woods, was arrested here at his pseudo medical office in Wyckoff, The Institute of Natural Health and Wellness where investigators say he was charging patients 375 dollars for a consultation.
"That is so scary," Pamela Magee said of Oakland. "That's terrible that he's flying under the radar."
"I can't believe he was practicing medicine right behind us," Jeanine Lucey of River Edge told PIX 11. "I've never seen him before, but I will keep my eye out for him now."
And what makes Lupinacci's deeds even more brazen, for the past several years, he's had a weekly live radio call-in show on WMCA. The show was called "Learn to be healthy".
But now he's learning something else; how to face new charges of impersonation, theft, and practicing medicine and surgery without a license. "You wonder if the authorities check anything anymore," said Wyckoff resident Larry Morris.
"He should be behind bars, " added Ms. Lucey. And that's just where is after his arraignment this afternoon.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun