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OC Chiropractor Sentenced For Sex Attacks On 7 SoCal Women | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #childsaftey


The 61-year-old chiropractor has worked at offices across Southern California, including in Orange, Los Angeles and Riverside counties.

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LAKE FOREST, CA — A 61-year-old chiropractor pleaded guilty Monday and was immediately sentenced to five years in prison for sex assaults on seven women in offices throughout the Southland.

Lincoln Esguerra Carillo pleaded guilty to seven counts of felony sexual penetration by means of fraudulent representation of professional purpose, four counts of sexual battery by fraud and a dozen misdemeanor counts of touching an intimate part of another person.

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Investigators said Carillo is said to have had ties to chiropractic offices in Artesia, Los Angeles, Fountain Valley, Seal Beach, Long Beach, Irvine, Orange, Upland, Cerritos, Costa Mesa, Placentia, Garden Grove, Riverside and Herndon, Virginia.


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“Dr. Carillo exploited the high level of trust we place in our medical professionals, to prey upon his victims,” Irvine Police Chief Michael Kent said in a statement. “I am thankful for the brave victim that had the courage to come forward and expose his pattern of abuse. A tremendous amount of investigative work went into identifying and interviewing Dr. Carillo’s patients to locate additional victims and present a case to the District Attorney that would support criminal charges.”

Carillo worked at Twins Chiropractic in Irvine for roughly four years. While employed, he treated a patient several times for chronic neck pain between April and May 2021. During seven of those visits, Carillo reportedly sexually assaulted the woman, who reported the assaults to the Irvine Police Department in May of 2021.

While investigating, Irvine police found six more individuals treated by Carillo at Twins Chiropractic who may have been assaulted between January and August of last year.

“Vulnerable patients seeking chiropractic treatment for aches and pains should not have to worry about being sexually assaulted,” Spitzer said in a news release.

“Chiropractors and other medical professionals are trusted by their patients to treat them with the dignity and respect that they deserve. Instead, this individual preyed on their vulnerability and sexually assaulted them. The Irvine Police Department did an incredible job pursuing a sexual predator and together we will do everything we can to achieve justice for these women.”



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