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Crime DEA raids home of former North Shore psychiatrist Keith Ablow

16:00  14 february  2020
16:00  14 february  2020 Source:   wcvb.com

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Federal agents descended on the home of former North Shore psychiatrist and television personality Dr. Keith Ablow Thursday. Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube

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Federal agents descended on the home of former North Shore psychiatrist and television personality Dr. Keith Ablow Thursday.

DEA agents, working with local police, were seen taking several cardboard evidence boxes and computers from his Newburyport home, while Ablow stood outside nearby.

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The DEA told WCVB the raid was executed with a court authorized federal search warrant as part of an ongoing investigation.

WCVB’s calls and emails to Ablow’s lawyers have not been answered.

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NEWBURYPORT, MA — Agents from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration have reportedly executed a search warrant at the Newburyport office of a psychiatrist who was a Fox A reporter for the Newburyport News first reported the raid of the office of Dr. Keith Ablow , 58, on Twitter.

Federal agents raided the Newburyport office of former celebrity psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow Thursday. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.

City Marshal Mark Murray told WCVB the DEA notified him of two locations for the raid: Ablow's home and at Daniel Lynch Pharmacy.

Ablow, who is also a former Fox News contributor and has served as an expert witness in high-profile trials, lost his license to practice last year after four women accused him of sexual misconduct and harassment. The cases were settled out of court.

There is a hearing regarding his license reinstatement set for April.

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