Police charge hospital impersonator
Danville Police Department on Tuesday charged a man for impersonating a medically trained member of a doctor's staff at Danville Regional Medical Center.
Trelane Sentel Miller, 31, of Danville was served with a warrant for "engaging in practicing the profession or occupation of medicine, without holding a valid license as required by statute or regulation." He was released on his signature.
Danville Police Department was informed in August about a man in Danville Regional Medical Center wearing a lab coat with "Pediatric Physician's Asst Resident" embroidered on the front.
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