Coast man accused of unlicensed dentistry
GULFPORT — A Gulfport man has been arrested for practicing dentistry without a license, according to Attorney General Jim Hood.
Donald S. King, age 52, of 5300 Quincy Avenue in Gulfport was arrested at his home March 30 by investigators with the Public Integrity Division of the Attorney General’s Office, with assistance from the Gulfport Police Department.
King was booked into the Gulfport jail and given a $1,000 bond.
As with all cases, he is considered innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.
The case will be prosecuted by Special Assistant Attorney General Jim Giddy.
Source: Mississippi Attorney General’s Office
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