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Former Meriden dentist accused of assaulting patient arrested for burglary

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Jeffrey Krahling was arrested for breaking into a woman's home Friday. (WFSB) Jeffrey Krahling was arrested for breaking into a woman's home Friday. (WFSB)
MERIDEN, CT (WFSB) -

Meriden police said a former dentist accused of sexually assaulting a patient was arrested for burglary Friday.

According to officials, Jeffrey Krahling, of Meriden, was arrested after police found him fleeing the scene of a break-in around 10 p.m.

Police arrested him at his residence in Wallingford.

Krahling was charged with:

  • Two counts of risk of injury
  • 2nd degree criminal mischief
  • Violation of a restraining order
  • 1st degree stalking
  • 3rd degree criminal mischief
  • Tampering with a witness
  • Intimidating a witness
  • Breach of peace
  • 1st degree reckless endangerment
  • Interfering with police
  • Criminal attempt to commit assault on an officer 
  • Reckless driving

Krahling was previously arrested for assaulting a patient last September.

According to the arrest warrant, the woman said when she tilted her chair back “Krahling's legs were wrapped around her head" while she was leaning back in the chair.

The arrest warrant states that "Krahling began grinding on top of her head" and that "she could feel Krahling's penis on her head during the procedure"

Bond was set at $1,000,000.

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