A pathologist hired as the temporary head of the embattled Oklahoma medical examiner's office was accused a decade ago of sexual harassment and misconduct in Arizona.
A lawsuit filed against Dr. Andrew Sibley accused him of
routinely harassing female employees, allowing unauthorized women
to participate in autopsies and riding his motorcycle past dead
bodies and into an autopsy room. Officials in Pima County, Ariz., launched a separate investigation into the allegations after the lawsuit was filed, but officials there say those records have been destroyed.
According to at least two published reports, the county investigation substantiated several of the allegations in the lawsuit. Sibley was named Saturday as the state's interim chief medical examiner. He didn't respond to a request for comment.
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