“(Officers are) looking to see if maybe some other victims have experienced the same thing,” Roswell police Officer Sean Thompson told Channel 2.
DeKalb police and South Fulton police have not released further details on his outstanding warrants, according to the news station.
Osborne’s former boss, Dr. April Doty, emailed Channel 2 a statement regarding the arrest that said, in part:
“Our patients' safety and health is our top priority, and our absolute sympathy goes out to the victim ... we did perform background checks and license verification and nothing came up that indicated Mr. Osborne had a history of inappropriate behavior. His license was reported as active and in good standing from the Georgia Board of Massage Therapy.”
Osborne remained Friday night in the Fulton County Jail without bond, according to online jail records.
In other news:
Riverdale police say Stanley Lawrence, 58, was shot and killed by his wife, Tammare Lawrence, 49, at their home along Oak Valley Drive early this morning.