What to Know
- Owen Morris, 21, was indicted by a grand jury in the death of former chiropractor Clive Bridgham.
- Morris is accused of stabbing Bridgham at his home in East Providence, Rhode Island, in January.
- Morris and other patients had filed a complaint in 2016 alleging Bridgham violated professional boundaries.
A Rhode Island man has been indicted in connection to the killing of a former chiropractor.
A statewide grand jury reported an indictment on Wednesday in Providence charging 21-year-old Owen Morris for the death of Clive Bridgham.
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Morris is accused of stabbing Bridgham, his chiropractor, at his home in East Providence in January.
Morris and other patients had filed a complaint in 2016 alleging Bridgham violated professional boundaries. He surrendered his license as a result.
Morris is being held without bail. His next hearing is scheduled at Superior Court in August. An attorney for Morris could not be immediately identified through online judicial records.