Escambia County judge grants injunction against Pensacola dentist

An Escambia judge granted an injunction for protection against Pensacola dentist Charles Stamitoles during a hearing Wednesday. 

One of Stamitoles’ former employees, who also filed a report of misdemeanor battery, filed the injunction on July 27, 2022, to prevent repeat violence after reporting that Stamitoles slapped her buttocks while working. 

“Petitioner has seen Stamitoles carrying a gun and also has been advised that Stamitoles has gone to another woman’s house and was seen looking through her windows after he sexually harassed or battered her,” the woman wrote in the reason for the injunction. “Stamitoles has a known history of sexually battering and harassing women associated with his clinic as patients or employees.”

The injunction, which will last until Dec. 23, 2023, states that Stamitoles cannot commit any acts of violence against the petitioner and cannot have any contact with her “with the exception of bona fide legal documents” after the court found an “immediate and present danger exists for the Petitioner.”

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