Medical tech charged in patient sex assault has history of searching hospital records of women, police say

The X-ray technician charged in the sexual assault of a patient at a Troy, Mo., health center today no longer works there however may have other victims, according to a report from WTRF, a regional ABC affiliate.
Ryan Williams, 39, apparently asked a client at Mercy-Lincoln Hospital who had received a chest X-ray Oct. 3 to return to the medical facility later on that evening for a CT scan. He performed an examination that included lifting up the patients dress and touching her exposed breasts, according to the report. But when the patient followed up with her physician about the results of the CT scan, there was no history of it recorded in her personal records, district attorneys stated.
Mr. Williams was jailed and charged with first-degree sexual abuse and intrusion of personal privacy. Troy cops stated he has a history of browsing healthcare facility records for female clients with issues involving genitals, according to the report.
Mercy-Lincoln Hospital is cooperating with the police department to identify other prospective victims.
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