June 28, 2022

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Dentist charged after agents raid office in Northern Kentucky

A federal raid resulted in the arrest of a Northern Kentucky dentist on Monday.Federal agents showed up in force at the Tristate Dental Implant in the Buttermilk Crossing Shopping Center in Crescent Springs.Agents visited the office as part of their investigation into the center’s owner, Dr. Jay Sadrinia, who’s been practicing dentistry for three decades in Northern Kentucky.Sadrinia was arrested Monday on federal charges, including the unlawful distribution of oxycodone and morphine and distribution of morphine, resulting in death or serious bodily injury.Those charges are outlined in a federal indictment filed Thursday. The investigation involves the death of a 24-year-old woman in 2020. Her name was not revealed in court Thursday during a detention hearing for Sadrinia. The prosecutor said the woman took a lethal dose of morphine that Sadrinia prescribed. Not long after a complicated dental procedure, the woman died.The prosecution asked the federal judge to keep him in custody saying he poses a danger to his other patients. Sadrinia’s attorney, Bob McBride, pushed back, saying his client prescribes pain medicine to help patients deal with difficult dental procedures.McBride also denied his client is a flight risk, saying he has three children in the U.S., a house in Villa Hills and long-standing ties to the Northern Kentucky community.Sadrinia was released on bond late Tuesday night.Sadrinia’s office remains open while the case unfolds.

A federal raid resulted in the arrest of a Northern Kentucky dentist on Monday.

Federal agents showed up in force at the Tristate Dental Implant in the Buttermilk Crossing Shopping Center in Crescent Springs.

Agents visited the office as part of their investigation into the center’s owner, Dr. Jay Sadrinia, who’s been practicing dentistry for three decades in Northern Kentucky.

Sadrinia was arrested Monday on federal charges, including the unlawful distribution of oxycodone and morphine and distribution of morphine, resulting in death or serious bodily injury.

Those charges are outlined in a federal indictment filed Thursday.

The investigation involves the death of a 24-year-old woman in 2020. Her name was not revealed in court Thursday during a detention hearing for Sadrinia.

The prosecutor said the woman took a lethal dose of morphine that Sadrinia prescribed. Not long after a complicated dental procedure, the woman died.

The prosecution asked the federal judge to keep him in custody saying he poses a danger to his other patients.

Sadrinia’s attorney, Bob McBride, pushed back, saying his client prescribes pain medicine to help patients deal with difficult dental procedures.

McBride also denied his client is a flight risk, saying he has three children in the U.S., a house in Villa Hills and long-standing ties to the Northern Kentucky community.

Sadrinia was released on bond late Tuesday night.

Sadrinia’s office remains open while the case unfolds.