After arrest, Scientologist chiro Dennis Nobbe in even more trouble for contacting witnesses - 2020-09-03
When he was charged with Medicare and PPP loan fraud in July, Scientology donor and Miami chiropractor Dennis Nobbe put up a $200,000 bond and, as part of an agreement to stay out of jail while awaiting trial, promised not to contact former employees that the government planned to call as witnesses.
Two weeks later, on August 15, Nobbe called one of those witnesses, offered him a job and a bribe, and got himself into even more trouble. As a result, his bond this week was boosted to $350,000, his mobile phone was confiscated, and he'll have to submit land line records to prove that he's not continuing to violate his conditions.
Also, the government has asked that Nobbe not be given access to the medical files at his business, Dynamic Medical Services, which now has no employees and has been shuttered.