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Clear Creek Alaska Dentist, Seth Lockhart sentenced to 12 years in prison for extracting tooth on hoverboard

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Clare Creek, Alaska dentist, Seth Lockhart has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for fabricating teeth on a snowboard.

The Anchorage Daily News reported that Seth was sentenced to prison Monday in Anchorage High Court on dozens of charges that followed his bizarre behaviour in defrauding Medicaid and removing a patient’s teeth without his permission.

He was convicted last January on charges of endangerment, illegal dental practice and medical aid fraud.

Judge Michael Wolverton said at the ruling: “On reviewing all of this over and over again, I have a deep reaction – I’ve come close to killing some people.”

 

The court heard testimony at his trial from patient Veronica Wilhelm, who was drugged when he was recorded getting her teeth removed on a flying board in July 2016.

In the mobile video, Lockhart can be seen turning away from the action with his hands triumphant in the air.

He reportedly shared a video of the ruse to at least eight people, joking that it was a “new standard of care,” NBC News reported.

The Anchorage Daily News reported that Lockhart – whose dental license was suspended in 2017 – was also ordered by a judge not to practice medicine during a 10-year probation period once he was released from prison.

 

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