Chelsea Dentist John Wolf Arrest Allegations: Meth, Child Porn, Beastiality and Intentional HIV Infection of Drugged Partners
The wolf in sheeps clothing may be more of a self-description than an idiom for Chelsea dentist John Wallace Wolf.
Wolf, the target of a joint sting conducted by the FBI and the DEA after his methamphetamine supplier was arrested at JFK airport with over 1800 pounds of meth last March was arrested himself this week.
A former AIDS activist and successful plaintiff in one of the city’s first AIDS discrimination suits, Dr. Wolf’s indictment reads like Robert Swans early draft bucket list. Excerpts from the criminal complaint:
- CS-1 advised that during his visits to WOLF’s office, he also witnessed WOLF and his employees using methamphetamine. CS-1 would also use methamphetamine with WOLF during those visits.
- CS-1 also advised that WOLF had shown him images on WOLF’s cellular phone of infants and toddlers being sexually abused by adults, including images of infants and toddlers (redacted by author for obscene and graphic content). WOLF also told CS-1 that he is HIV positive and would have unprotected sex with his sexual partners. WOLF further indicated that he had, at times, punctured holes in condoms in an intentional attempt to spread the HIV virus to his sexual partners. CS-1 also advised that WOLF told him that he was actively involved in underground sex parties at various locations in New York City, including in Brooklyn, where participants would engage in sexual intercourse with animals.
Wolf’s alleged supplier and client for “in kind” drugs to dental work is believed to be Lucas DaSilva .
Dasilva is cooperating with the United States Attorney, the DEA and the FBI after landing in JFK via the redeye from Los Angeles using an alias and a fake Brazilian passport. Acting on a tip regarding the wanted drug dealer, US Marshalls seized two meth-stuffed bunnies in his luggage. Further consensual searches yielded additional drug stash. Wolf is due in court this morning for a bond hearing and Dasilva is expected to strike a plea deal on December 3.