Police: Albany doctor forcibly touched patient at Lark Street practice



ALBANY – An Albany family medicine doctor and acupuncturist forcibly touched a patient at his Lark Street practice, police said.

Victor Tulchinsky, 49, of Albany, was charged with one count of forcible touching, a misdemeanor.

Tulchinski is accused of placing his hands up the woman’s shirt at his practice late in the morning on March 13 and touching her in an inappropriate manner while she was at his 255 Lark St. office, police said.

Tulchinski is also accused of asking the victim during the same visit if he could draw a nude sketch of her, police said.

Tulchinski was arraigned on the charge Wednesday, police said.

State records show Tulchinski has been licensed in medicine in New York since 2005 and he’s currently registered through this year.

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