DENVER – A Colorado nurse is charged with inappropriately touching six women under his care in Colorado and three more in Nebraska. Thomas Moore is scheduled for a hearing Monday in Fort Collins, Colorado.
A timeline of the first reported incident in June 2013 to his arrest in December 2015 and the suspension of his nursing license in Wyoming this year:
June 23, 2013: Woman treated at Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, accuses Moore of unspecified misconduct. The hospital reports the allegation to police two days later. No charges filed.
September 2013: Moore starts working at UCHealth, which operates Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins and Greeley Emergency and Surgery Center
Dec. 24, 2013: A woman treated at Poudre Valley Hospital with severe abdominal pain says that while she was under the influence of morphine, Moore inappropriately touched her and kissed her. She reports the allegations to Fort Collins police Aug. 13, 2015.
January 2014: A woman says Moore touched her inappropriately while she was medicated at Poudre Valley. She makes a report in January 2016 after learning Moore had been charged.
March 2, 2014: A woman treated at Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff says Moore touched her in a sexual way. She complains to the hospital, but the outcome of the complaint isn't clear. Fort Collins police find her complaint during an investigation of Moore, leading prosecutors in Nebraska to file charges in January 2016.
March 6, 2014: A woman being treated for abdominal pain at Greeley Emergency and Surgery Center says Moore touched her breasts while massaging her shoulders after giving her pain medication. She says she was in and out of consciousness. She reports the allegations to police a few months later but doesn't want to pursue charges. She changes her mind after other women step forward.
March 11, 2014: Moore surrenders his nursing license in Alaska amid an investigation into "undisclosed convictions on his license application," according to state records.
March 28, 2014: A woman who went to Greeley Emergency and Surgery Center for abdominal pain says Moore gave her morphine and touched her breasts. The woman reports the allegation after Moore's arrest.
June 19, 2014: A woman who went to Greeley Emergency and Surgery Center with pain from kidney stones says she was falling asleep after Moore gave her morphine and Tramadol. She felt him lie next to her but thought she was dreaming until he touched her breast. Moore stopped after someone knocked on the door, she says. She reports the incident after Moore's arrest.
Dec. 28, 2014: A woman who went to Greeley Emergency and Surgery Center with kidney pain says Moore gave her morphine. She says he touched her breasts. She reports the incident after Moore's arrest.
January 2015: A woman who went to Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff when she was intoxicated and suicidal said Moore touched her breasts. After she was transferred to the behavioral health unit, she says Moore sent her a Facebook friend request and flirtatious messages. She reports the allegations to police in January 2016.
Feb. 3, 2015: A woman who went to Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff with a migraine was given an antipsychotic drug and a painkiller. She says she woke to find Moore touching her breasts. When she was discharged, she says Moore told her that the drugs might make her hallucinate. According to court documents, Moore wrote in his nursing notes that she had called him her "lover" when she woke up and said she had a "weird dream." She contacted Fort Collins police after Moore's arrest.
March 2015: Regional West Medical Center in Nebraska fires Moore.
June 2015: UCHealth, owner of Poudre Valley Hospital and the Greeley Emergency and Surgery Center, fires Moore
July 2015: Moore starts work at North Suburban Medical Center in Thornton, Colorado.
Aug. 13, 2015: Woman reports alleged Dec. 24, 2013, misconduct at Poudre Valley Hospital to Fort Collins police.
Sept. 21, 2015: Moore gets nursing license in Wyoming.
Dec. 21, 2015: Moore arrested for alleged unlawful sexual contact in the Dec. 24, 2013, Fort Collins case
Jan. 6, 2016: Colorado suspends Moore's nursing license.
Jan. 20, 2016: Fort Collins police say that a second woman reports being inappropriately touched by Moore at Poudre Valley days after the Dec. 24, 2013 incident
Feb. 29, 2016: Wyoming suspends Moore's nursing license.