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Store Break-in, Robbery under investigation
By Times Staff Writer
Published December 13, 2007
Linda Carr, manager of Dade 301 Adult Toys and Videos, came to work Wednesday morning and found the front door unlocked and an undisclosed amount of money missing, Pasco Sheriff's deputies said. Carr told deputies that several employees have keys to the store, 15401 US 301. Whoever broke in did not trip off the security alarm, the Sheriff's Office report said.
Long term care panel meets today
The Pasco Long Term Care Ombudsman Council will meet at 10 a.m. today at New Port Richey Department of Children & Families Building, 7601 Little Road, Suite 100, New Port Richey. Telephone (727) 943-4955.
Therapist forced to give up license
An Odessa mental health counselor gave up his license after state officials accused him of having a sexual relationship with a patient, records show. Alan E. Kennedy, 19127 Gunn Highway, agreed never to apply for a license again from the Board of Clinical Social Work. Board documents said Kennedy treated a patient identified only as "MS" in the early 1990s. The patient sought treatment from him again in January 2001 to address past sexual abuse. In January or February, the documents say, Kennedy and the patient had sexual relations in his home and car. Under Florida law, therapists can be disciplined for sexual misconduct - and charged with a felony. State Department of Health officials referred the case to the State Attorney's Office in Hillsborough County, which did not charge him.