BROOKSVILLE, Fla. (FOX 13) – Hernando County was arrested after the deputies had been a doctor and claimed he could cure diabetes.
Delegates Onelio Hipolit-Gonzalez, 73, says he announced his services on a notice website to the Hispanic community called "Elclassificado".
The photo ad of Hipolit-Gonzalez shows a white coat with the heading "Dr. Onelio Hipolit," and says that it can treat hernias, diabetes, Parkinson's disease, cancer, multiple sclerosis, arthosis, renal failure , vision problems, and many other health issues.
Investigators say that Hipolit-Gonzalez has never had a medical license of any kind in the Florida state.
The delegates say that Hipolit-Gonzalez decided to attend a patient in a house on February 7 and, when the patient came, he was asked to fill in papers and pay $ 1
The deputies say Hipolit-Gonzalez has done the patient's blood pressure and then put a band around his head and asked him to have a metal rod that held a machine on a board that began to make a beating noise when he was turned on.
The deputies say that he told the patient that he was testing his heart, the brain, the system of the intestinal, the bones, the nerves, and "everything else."
After completing the "test", the deputies say that Hipolit-Gonzalez was notified to the patient that he had diabetes, osteoporosis, and was not getting enough oxygen for his brain, among other illnesses. He said he could only cure $ 2,000 on the diabetes of the patient by using his treatment that would interfere with the patient "his own blood"
. Delegates say that Hipolit-Gonzalez says he takes the patient's blood, and then he gets the same to withdraw it just as he says he's "tackling" the blood cells and it promotes the immune system.
The deputies stated that he did with the patient that he cured a homeowner with diabetes and asked him to get his evidence on the phone.  Banneriers moved into that point and captured Hipolit-Gonzalez, who said to delegates that he did not believe that a license to practice medicine was needed. He said he was a laboratory technician in Cuba and received his certificate for Iridology, herbology, and nutrition when he moved to Florida.
Hipolit-Gonzalez has charges for non-licensed practice in healthcare and is in Hernando County Prison on a $ 10,000 bond.
The deputies expect Hipolit-Gonzalez to face anyone and will contact the Sheriff office at 352-754-6830.