Investigation Continues Into Medical Clinics

DEAHere is an update on a story we brought you on Wednesday.
Federal and state officers were seen leaving the Quick Care Clinic in Decherd on Tuesday morning. They also reportedly met with employees of the business’ Manchester office as well Tuesday morning.
According to Franklin County Sheriff Tim Fuller, agents with the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), Fuller and officers from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department as well as the Decherd Police Department entered the Quick Care Clinic located on Bible Crossing Road in Decherd around 8 a.m. Tuesday morning. A short time later they were seen leaving the building with seized boxes as well as records from the neighboring Winchester Imaging Clinic. Dr. Councill Rudolph owns both businesses.
Law enforcement did not say what they were looking for at the clinic.
“This has been an ongoing investigation by the sheriff’s department, the Decherd Police Department, the DEA and the TBI,” Fuller stated.
According to Sheriff Fuller, the DEA and the TBI also visited clinics in Manchester, Cookeville and Chapel Hill that is owned by Rudolph. He explained that they interviewed employees in those offices.
The sheriff stated that while records were seized, no arrests were made during the morning raid.
Decherd Police Chief Ross Peterson stated that officers from his department have seen a number of vehicles from other counties at the business and the officers have had to answer “some calls in the parking lot” of the clinic. (Tullahoma News)