By Kirby Haskins
Advocate staff writer
Dean Alan Willoughby, 44, of 205 Helena Drive, was recently indicted by the grand jury on 73 counts, including 45 felony counts of practicing medicine without a license and 28 misdemeanor counts of third degree sexual abuse, according to media reports. An indictment is a formal accusation of a crime but does not establish guilt.The preying on the homeless aspect of this one is pretty sick, and at the same time I'm surprised I've never seen this particular scheme: seems obvious.
Authorities allege that Willoughby presented himself as a doctor and performed physical examinations on subjects—many of which were reportedly homeless men—at an office suite located at 841 Corporate Drive in Lexington.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with Lexington Police, also searched Willoughby’s home as well as his place of business—“Alan and Associates”—on Fogg Pike. “Alan and Associates” includes an an office and recording studio, which was reportedly used for publishing Christian music. Several computers and other media devices were seized during these searches.