NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Officials have temporarily suspended the license of a New Jersey dentist who is accused of installing cameras in his office bathroom.

The state Board of Dentistry says Dr. Scott Meltzer denies the allegations, but agreed to the suspension pending the outcome of the criminal case.

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Meltzer was arrested April 10 at his office in Howell and is charged with five counts of invasion of privacy.

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The state says patients and staff used the bathroom.

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