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Local surgeon charged with "peeping" on neighbor

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla.-- He's supposed to be looking out for the community's health, but police say he got caught looking into a woman's window.

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gmama - 10/10/2013 8:14 AM
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SusanC writes First of all I know Dr Koppman He is not tall enough to remove motion lights from a house second if a 23 yr old woman is getting undressed in front of a open window in a lighted room she wants to get looked at and when she does she starts screaming peeping tom Pullleease get a grip and really pay attention to the story. She wanted the attention. Dr Koppman is my bariatric surgeon and he also operated on me for colon cancer of which I am happy to say was successful without chemo therapy. He is a amazing and caring surgeon one of the very best at his craft. He is a loving husband and great father. He is starting his own practice and some good will come out of this whether all the nay sayers like it or not. Remember when one door closes somethings another one opens Good Luck Dr K Hope to see you soon in your new office

M1A MA9101 - 9/5/2013 4:51 PM
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My question is what was she doing stripping in front of an open window and not behind pulled shades like normal people do? Was he just out for a walk and happened by and looked up as he passed by and saw her undressing through the unblocked window? Was he sneeking in the bushes and peeping under the shade or what? That has happened to me once a long time ago. Out for a liesure walk and by chance walked by an open window where someone was undressing, looked and saw what I wouldn't have seen had the curtains been pulled, kept walking and that was the end of that. Maybe he should have stayed home that day. I'll wait and see what comes from the investegation before I draw any conclusions.

NeenPark - 9/4/2013 11:35 PM
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Dr. Koppman performed my surgery last year and was as professional and caring as you would hope a surgeon would be. He was actually far more professional and did an excellent job of listening and explaining things than all other doctors I'd been to. I'm saddened that this has happened and I truly hope it was a case of mistaken identity. If not, I hope he receives help because it would be devastating to lose this excellent surgeon. Up until this accusation he has been a true asset to St. Johns County.
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