Movement reported at Dr. Harrington's Owasso Office


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Reported by: Janai Norman
Updated: 4/24/2013 1:09 pm Published: 4/24/2013 1:02 pm


Shortly after 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, a woman who works at a neighboring business of Dr. Scott Harrington's satellite dental office in Owasso reported seeing employees moving items out of the office.

The woman reported seeing employees bring in a dolly, as well as seeing a truck leaving with "oxygen type tanks."

When FOX23 News crews arrived on scene, the woman didn't want to go on camera, but reported employees cars still being in the parking lot.

FOX23's Janai Norman reports seeing a woman walk to the glass door of Harrington's office, but she never came outside, even after knocking on the door multiple times.

Calls to the office went straight to voicemail. There was no further movement while FOX23 News crews were on the scene.

Crews are also checking Harrington's Tulsa dental office for any new developments.

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randi33 - 4/24/2013 1:35 PM
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hey that blue are on the end doesnt belong to one of them. lol i work next door.... Dr harrington was here either monday or tuesday (if he drives a black mercedes. He was here along with 2 or 3 other women getting a few things out.

heartbroken - 4/24/2013 1:26 PM
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Trying to hide their failures! They all need to lose their licenses & certifications! They are all responsible & need to be held accountable. Everyone keeps refering to Dr. Harrington but he did not act alone. Nor could he have gotten away with it if anyone who works or have worked in his office notified proper authories. I can't wait to hear how they are all being held accountable otherwise there will never be justices.
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