Dr. Zvi Levran, a well-known urologist in suburban Detroit hockey circles, is facing four new criminal complaints of sexual misconduct, according to the Farmington Hills Police Department. Farmington Hills police arrested Levran on Friday for the second time and charged him with 10 counts of criminal sexual conduct.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Levran was charged last month with seven counts of criminal sexual conduct in Oakland County, Mich., after a 19-year-old male hockey player told police that on Oct. 18 he was sexually assaulted by Levran during a medical exam in Levran’s basement office of his Farmington Hills home. Levran pleaded not guilty at his arraignment on Oct. 22.
- The 66-year-old was referred to as the “Hockey Doc” or “Doc,” and worked as a volunteer with high school hockey programs, including those in Farmington and Novi, off and on for nearly two decades, and he also helped with the Michigan Developmental Hockey League.
- Each of the new complaints involves allegations that Levran sexually abused patients connected to youth hockey organizations during medical examinations in his home office, according to Farmington Hills police. His next court appearance is set for Dec. 7.
Levran was arraigned Friday on one count of second-degree criminal sexual conduct, one count of third-degree criminal sexual conduct and eight counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct, based on the four new complaints.