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Doctor Arrested In Tampa For Aggravated Stalking

 An anesthesiologist who had previously worked with a group of Clearwater-based physicians was arrested Nov. 12 for aggravated stalking.

According to Belleair police Chief Tom Edwards, 46-year-old Doctor Benjamin Sanchez of Tampa violated civil and criminal court injunctions when he placed phone calls to one of the doctors at work and to his  home. According to Edwards, domestic violence injunctions for protection against Sanchez were issued in 2006 and again in 2008. Sanchez had been ordered to stay 500 feet away from the complainants home, and to have no contact with them.

Tampa police officers arrested Sanchez at his Hillsborough County home on Nov. 12 on an arrest warrant from Pinellas County. Police Lt. Bill Sohl and Detective James Howard were present when Sanchez was arrested and taken into custody.

According to Hillsborough County jail records, he was released the following day on cash bond.

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