According to the State Board of Medical Examiners, he has no disciplinary action, no criminal convictions, no medical malpractice suits and no medical settlements.
The parents will make restitution and the kids will be taken to visit the detention center as their community service," the minutes read. "I don't recall prosecuting any juveniles in mayor's court." There are multiple attorney generals opinions dating back 30 years that say mayor's courts are not allowed to prosecute juveniles.
When we caught up with the mayor, we found out he routinely has juveniles come before mayor's court.
About two minutes into our interview, and reminding him about what was in the public meeting minutes, Myer remembered.
A psychiatrist was arrested after 36 of his patients died, 12 of whom passed away due to overdose on prescription medication.
Doctor Narendra Nagareddy's office in Jonesorbo, just south of Atlanta, was raided by DEA agents Thursday. Nagareddy is accused of violating Georgia's Controlled Substance Act."The search warrant [alleges] 36 of his patients have died, 12 of whom were autopsied with cause of death being overdose on prescription medication," said the Clayton County District Attorney.
We went into the doctor's background and his license was issued in 1999.He's certified with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.Initially, Mayor Robert Myer acted like he didn't know what we were talking about, but after showing him our records it refreshed his memory. Tonight, he's worried the Mayor may have violated multiple juveniles' constitutional rights."It's just wrong, clearly wrong," Attorney Cy D'Aquila said. We caught up with the mayor this afternoon, to get his explanation about prosecuting juveniles in mayor's court."I can't talk about juveniles underage in a court proceeding," Myer said.Meeting minutes obtained by the WBRZ Investigative Unit from a council meeting last June show "Mayor Myer reported that four juveniles and their parents appeared in mayor's court as a result of an incident involving a bike theft.