In June 2013, Police said firefighters arrived at Dodds’ practice to find Miami businesswoman Erica Beaubrun lying in a pool of blood after a buttocks reduction procedure removing silicone implants.
Like Jenkins, police said emergency medical technicians found that Beaubrun also went into cardiac arrest. It was also noted that 22 minutes had elapsed before emergency service personnel were called.
The Opulence Aesthetic Medicine clinic has since closed and, after a 2015 hearing, the state revoked Dodds’ medical license.
Dodds and McCowan face two counts of murder, aggravated battery and theft by deception.
“Regardless of who you are, what you are, what you do, that if you do acts that are criminal in nature, that there will be a day when you’re held accountable for that,” Reynolds told Channel 2 Action News.
Channel 2 Action News received a text from Dodds’ lawyer saying neither he nor his client had any comment.
Jenkins’ family has since filed a civil suit that is scheduled to go to trial later this year, Channel 2 Action News said.