Former Los Alamos Urologist Pavel Mourachov reached a plea deal last June and was ordered by the court to leave town.
Magistrate Judge Pat Casados said Thursday that Mourachov has moved to the Nambe area, remains on probation and continues to wear an electronic monitoring device.
Mourachov, 44, was arrested in May and charged with two counts of aggravated assault against a household member with a deadly weapon, harassment and extreme cruelty to animals. He was released six days later, at which time Casados ordered him to wear a monitoring bracelet. He was awaiting a July 11 court hearing on the charges when he apparently violated that order, which caused another arrest in June.
Assistant District Attorney Kent Wahlquist told the Los Alamos Daily Post at the time that a plea agreement was reached in the case and that the judge ordered Mourachov to continue to wear his monitoring bracelet, sentenced him to time served and put him on 18 months of tightly supervised probation. She also ordered him to go home and pack up his belongings and leave Los Alamos by Monday, July 1.
Casodos said Thursday that Mourachov eventually plans to move to Colorado or Massachusetts.