The Greene County Sheriff’s Office has created a tip line on its website asking people who may have more details about Gronbeck to report it.
Documents from the state medical board further accuse Gronbeck of writing a patient a prescription for Rivastigmine patches, commonly used to treat Alzheimer’s and Dementia, and then instructing her to hand out the patches to his employees.
Gronbeck also allegedly created a private email account and used a messaging app called Cover Me, where messages disappear quickly and are not saved, to have sexually explicit conversations with a female patient, according to the state investigation.
Gronbeck, a graduate of Antioch College and Wright State University School of Medicine, opened the practice in May 2014, according to the business’s Facebook page.
Gronbeck could not be reached for comment. The state’s investigation remains ongoing.