UConn Health doctor facing charges after allegedly coughing on medical employees intentionally 03/27/2020 8:10 am PDT Comments WTIC By Rick Lessard, WTIC FARMINGTON, Conn. (WTIC) -- A UConn Health doctor is facing charges after he allegedly coughed on medical employees. Witnesses told police that Dr. Cory Edgar intentionally coughed on two employees at the health center while they were in close quarters. Witnesses said that they believed he was "disregarding space and safety concerns involving the coronavirus pandemic." Dr. Edgar was issued a misdemeanor breach of peace summons on Thursday morning by UConn Police. MORE: UConn Health doctor facing charges after allegedly coughing on medical employees intentionally - WTIC #Connecticut #Coronavirus #DisturbingThePeace #WTIC Related Stories Cryptic letters in Dulce Alavez case; coronavirus halts murder trial - TCDPOD Man claiming coronavirus coughed in faces of Chicago cops, police say Coronavirus prank: Man who licked deodorants in Walmart charged 'Now you have the corona!' DUI suspect coughs on cops in traffic stop Government relief checks trigger latest coronavirus scam Toilet paper supply stolen from Kaysville Police public restrooms in Utah Toilet paper theft forces restricted rest-stop access in Nebraska Coronavirus halts Texas execution of inmate who killed family in 2009 Supermarket tosses $35K of food after woman coughs on shelves Man charged for coughing on store employee, saying he has coronavirus Police dept. warns meth may contain 'Corona Virus,' offers to test Man arrested in coronavirus Lysol spraying incident at Walmart Woman who flew from L.A. to China for coronavirus test faces charges FDA issues consumer alert for fraudulent COVID-19 cures Pennsylvania pauses new prisoner intake while prepping new facility Missouri man plotting to bomb hospital killed by agent, FBI says Man claims coronavirus, coughs at elderly man in store, police say Televangelist Jim Bakker sued for selling fake 'coronavirus cure' Coronavirus patient refuses to quarantine; deputies surround house Ohio shoplifting suspect violated governor's stay-at-home order: Police NYC bar, restaurant owners could be arrested if they serve Harvey Weinstein tests positive for coronavirus in prison Fake coronavirus test kits seized at Los Angeles Int'l Airport North Carolina man arrested for coronavirus hoax video in Walmart Man arrested for bomb threats after hospital denied coronavirus test Passenger arrested for coronavirus claim, delays flight for 8 hours Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.