A Meriden dentist previously accused of sexually assaulting patients was arrested Friday on a slew of charges following a reported burglary.
Police said around 10 p.m. Friday they responded to a reported burglary in progress. When officers arrived they spoted a vehicle fleeing the area. Police determined the vehicle was registered to Dr. Jeffrey Krahling, of Wallingford.
According to police witnesses identified Krahling as being involved in the incident. Krahling was arrested with help from Wallingford police and state police.
Krahling was charged with risk of injury, criminal mischief, stalking, tampering with a witness, intimidating a witness, breach of peace, reckless endangerment, interfering with police, criminal attempt to commit assault on an officer, violation of a restraining order, and reckless driving.
Meriden police did not release full details on the incident that led to these charges.
Krahling was held on a $1,000,000 bond.
Krahling was arrested back in October on accusations he sexually assaulted patients at his dental office. He is next scheduled to appear in court in that case on Jan. 18.
NBC Connecticut reached out to Krahling's attorney but has yet to hear back.