CALGARY — Calgary police have laid more charges against a former neurologist following several sexual assault allegations from former patients.
In 2018, police laid charges against Dr. Keith Mordin Hoyte, 73, after an investigation revealed he had touched patients sexually during exams.
Now, police have laid fifteen additional charges against Hoyte after 13 more complaints were made against him — with allegations spanning from 1987 to 2013.
One of the complainants reported being 12 years old when the sexual assault took place.
Hoyte is scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 19.