CLEVELAND -- A Geauga County dentist who runs his practice in Solon has been indicted on multople felony counts by the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor on 21 counts of felony unlawfully using the state prescription drug database to find information about his ex-girlfriend, according to Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Tim McGinty.
Fred Glick, 55, of Russell, is accused of improperly using the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy prescription drug database. Glick operates Glick Dental in Solon and his arraigment is scheduled for May 1.
The indictment alleges that he used the database to obtain information about people who were not his patients, including an ex-girlfriend and her current boyfriend and attorney.
The prosecutor's office said that between March 2012 and December 2012, Glick used the database to find where his ex-girlfriend was living.