A Glastonbury doctor who was arrested and charged with sexual contact with patients at a community center was arraigned on Monday after being charged with 24 more counts of sexual assault.
On Sunday, he turned himself in to Clinton police after 11 additional warrants were issued.
He has been charged with 24 counts fo fourth-degree sexual assault, one count of sexual assault in the second degree and one count of illegal prescribing a narcotic.
According to Clinton police, these arrests are part of an ongoing investigations by the state's attorney office Medicaid fraud unit, the Middletown state's attorney office, state and federal drug control, the East Hampton Police Department, the Manchester Police Department and SState Police Troop-F.
"We're looking forward to addressing them in open court," Westbrook's attorney, Norm Pattis, said on Monday morning.
Bond was set at $1.1 million and Westbrook was released after posting bond. He was court on Monday.
In June, three separate warrants were issued after a five-month investigation that began when Westbrook's patients at the community health center complained.
When Westbrook appeared in court earlier this month, Pattis, said in court that he had heard there are about 20 potential active cases and asked for court documents in the three original cases to be unsealed.
"People are led to believe that they're so much more than they are," Pattis said in court.
In addition to his work at Community Health Center in Clinton, Westbrook was also the medical director of the Charter Oak Health Center in Hartford.
He has been placed on administrative leave and the state medical board suspended his license last month, amid allegations of inappropriate physical and sexual conduct.