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-MI vet, registered sex offender practices without a license in Tennessee
-Conducts 3-day "clinic" at Tipton County Animal Control
On his website, Michigan veterinarian Bruce Langlois states he "created Spay Neuter Express to provide a mobile vet service across all areas of Michigan."
Except when he doesn't stay in Michigan.
Miss Fortune investigated an anonymous comment submitted to this blog alleging Langlois had recently been in Tennessee, and can confirm that Langlois and his Spay Neuter Express did conduct a three-day "clinic" at the Tipton County Animal Shelter in Brighton from September 13-15.
A spokesperson for the Tennessee Department of Health confirmed in an email to Miss Fortune that "our records do not show Bruce Langlois among the listings for licensed veterinarians in Tennessee."
MICHIGAN LICENSE HISTORY
Dr. Langlois’ 'Disciplinary Action' reports from the State of Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs indicate an extensive history of suspension and probation.
Dr. Langlois’ most recent 'Consent Order and Stipulation' on his veterinary licenses is dated February 2012.
Langlois was accused of "negligence and incompetence", and while he "did not admit nor deny the allegations of fact and law" official Michigan Department of Health records show Langlois was fined and put on probation for one year.
REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER: LIFETIME SUPERVISION
As I've previously reported, Langlois is a registered sex offender with a criminal history even more disturbing than his record as a vet. Langlois is a two-time loser, with lifetime supervision by the State of Michigan.
Langlois has served two prison terms, in 1988 and 1995, on Criminal Sexual Conduct charges.
According to official State of Michigan court records, in 1995 Langlois pleaded guilty to one count of Criminal Sexual Conduct 4th Degree after an incident with an employee. Langlois testified that he and the woman had become friends, and admitted in court that he "misinterpreted her behavior as flirtatious", also known as the "she asked for it" defense.
Langlois admitted that the incident occurred in the office while the employee was on a stool, reaching for something and he "put his hands up her shorts on her bottom in an attempt to stop the fall". Langlois went on to admit that he had attempted to put his fingers in the woman's vagina.
TENNESSEE COMPLAINT INFORMATION
The Tennessee Health Department spokesperson, after reading the comment left on this blog, urged those wishing to file a complaint to call the Department's toll-free Complaint Hotline at 1-800-852-2187, or use the complaint form available on its website.