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Reno police: Man illegally used dentistry out of his mobile home

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Reno military arrested a male Thursday on an claim he was practicing dentistry out of his Gentry Way mobile home but a permit or adequate training.

Raul Rodriguez, 56, posted bond on $5,000 bail to be expelled from a Washoe County jail.

Police pronounced they were called to a internal sanatorium on Tuesday after one of Rodriguez’s purported patients finished adult in complete caring due to airway blockage. They served a hunt aver Thursday during Rodriguez’s mobile home and found several equipment indicating that Rodriguez had been used dentistry at

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NV male indicted of illegally practicing dentistry

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Reno Man Arrested for Performing Dentistry Out of a Trailer

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RENO, NV – A Reno male has been arrested for behaving bootleg dentistry out of a trailer after one of his patients finished adult in complete care.

Reno Police Department responded to a internal sanatorium Monday to accommodate with medical staff per a theme in Intensive Care due to an airway blockage after receiving crude dental care.

Further investigation

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These 49ers still looking to strike gold

Combing through the artifacts of Long Beach State basketball, which plays home games in “The Pyramid,” is quite an archaeological dig.

What an eclectic mishmash of characters, hoop dreams and hiccups.

The school nickname is the 49ers, but could easily be “The Asterisks,” or “The Elevators.”

“It’s been up and down,” Glenn McDonald, a founding forward from the 1970s, said of the program.

You can guess Sutter’s Mill for the nickname inspiration and be off by only a century. The school was founded in 1949.

Did you know Jerry Tarkanian once had George Gervin stashed on campus before the Ice Man got cold feet and went back to Detroit?

Or, that Tarkanian claims he lost a prized recruit to USC because the school sent a dentist on a house call to fix the tooth of the player’s mother?

The school has been called Los Angeles-Orange County State College, Long Beach State College, California State College at Long Beach, California State College, Long Beach and Cal State University, Long Beach.

Today it answers to Long Beach State or The Beach.

This year’s exciting team, led by fifth-year Coach Dan Monson, defeated UC Davis, 80-46, Thursday in a Big West Tournament opener at Honda Center, another step toward what would be its first NCAA appearance since 2007.

To date, the most memorable game in school history was a defeat, and Long Beach’s best season, 1973-74, is missing one thing: a postseason.

In the official NCAA Men’s Final Four Records, Long Beach ranks among the all-time leaders in white-out.

One page touts a 7-9 record in eight tournament appearances but, because of probation, another page expunges three years and six wins.

Long Beach’s last official NCAA win was in 1970 against Weber State.

The prominent names are more notable for what they did on someone else’s dime:

•Tarkanian put Long Beach on the map but later used it to drive Interstate 15 to Nevada Las Vegas.

•Lute Olson, who built a Hall of Fame career at Arizona, deserted after only one season.

•Ed Ratleff, an All-American under Tark in the 1970s, more memorably played on the 1972 Olympic team that refused its silver medal after a controversial loss to the Soviet Union.

•McDonald is a warm and fuzzy side note in Boston Celtics lore for contributing to an epic, triple-overtime win over Phoenix in the 1976 NBA Finals.


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