Lowell-based Veterinarian Bruce Langlois Charged with Practicing Without a License

A veterinarian who owns a clinic in Lowell has been charged with allegedly practicing without a license in Michigan’s Thumb region. Bruce Langlois, 57, was in a Bad Axe courtroom on Wednesday to be arraigned on three charges of unauthorized practice of veterinary medicine — a five-year felony — in Huron County, according to a release from the Michigan Attorney General’s Office. He’s also charged with being a third-time habitual offender. Langlois’ license was revoked in November 2015 after he ignored multiple suspensions and kept practicing, the AG’s Office says. An appeals court upheld the revocation last month. Click here for more on the story.

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One thought on “Lowell-based Veterinarian Bruce Langlois Charged with Practicing Without a License

  1. Missy March 11, 2017 at 3:41 pm Reply

    He has other crimes he has committed. His 3rd offense led to his arrest, in Allegan. He is not allowed being around juveniles under 16. It was at Allegan Technical school.

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