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BSO Case Number: Multiple
PIO Number: 12-3-16
Date: March 2009 and May 2009
Time: Various
Place of Occurrence: Dania Beach and Tamarac
Jurisdiction: Dania Beach and Tamarac


  • Lournise Linton, 41, female, 3/11/71, 3717 Whittier Street, Tampa
  • Ophelia Parker, 36, female, 4/15/75, 3460 50 Place, #45, Vero Beach
  • Tiffany Kennedy, 36, female, 6/9/75, 5425 NW 17 Street, Lauderhill


  • Oneal Morris, 32, male, 12/19/80, 4747 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 101 B236, Hollywood (IN CUSTODY)

Description of Incident:

Three women looking for rounder rears were left with problems in the posterior after their medical professional turned out to be anything but.

Following an investigation by the Florida Department of Health, details were turned over to the Broward Sheriff’s Office identifying women in Broward County who had been victimized by Oneal Morris, 32, who was arrested in November 2011 in Miami-Dade County for performing butt enhancement procedures without a license. BSO detectives, working in conjunction with the Broward County State Attorney’s Office, secured warrants last week for the arrest of Morris based on allegations made by three victims for work he performed in 2009.

Lournise Linton and Ophelia Parker met Morris on May 26, 2009 at the Motel 6 at 825 E. Dania Beach Blvd. to receive buttocks injections. The women said Morris wore a nurse’s uniform, gloves and had a photo ID around his neck. One victim stated the substance being injected was stored in a Pedialyte bottle, while the other said she couldn’t remove the cotton ball placed over the injection wound due to the Super Glue that was used. The women paid between $3,000 and $4,000 for the procedure.

Two months prior, on March 16, Tiffany Kennedy allowed the suspect into her home, which was in Tamarac at the time, for the same procedure as the other victims. Her injections cost her $1,000.

Instead of silicone, it was determined Morris was injecting victims with substances such as bathroom caulk, cement, Super Glue, Fix-A-Flat and mineral oil.

All the women developed medical complications and infections that landed them in the hospital or a doctor’s office.

Morris turned himself in on March 12 to face charges including practicing medicine without a license and practicing medicine without a license resulting in serious injury.

Anyone who has been a victim of Morris can file a complaint by contacting their local law enforcement agency or the Florida Department of Health’s Unlicensed Activity Program at 1-877-425-8852.

INVESTIGATORS: Det. Bryan Tutler, RID Violent Crimes Unit; Florida Dept. of Health; Tamarac; Dania Beach
THIS REPORT BY: Keyla Concepción/PIO 3/13/12 1300

Posted At: 03/13/2012 12:51 PM


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