AURORA – The Indiana Attorney General is looking into an Aurora driving school after several complaints registered by students.
The investigation began after several students said they paid for driving instruction at KC Driving School in Aurora but never received it, or had training but did not receive certification to present to the BMV.
The driving school lost its operating license on June 30. The school is working to get the license renewed, according to a Facebook post on July 17.
In the online post the school said, “The messages put on FB and other ways have been stating I stole your money and I’m a crook, etc. I’m resolving this matter that fastest I can as this is costing me a lot of money not being able to hold classes and drives.”
“I plan to fulfill all and not take any new until completed. I’m not stealing and if you want your money back, it will be repaid as soon as can be. I apologize deeply for this inconvenience and frustration.”
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller and the Aurora Police Department are looking for information as part of an investigation into the school owned by Kimberly Cleeter.
Consumers who made a payment to the KC Driving School but did not receive training can file a complaint online or call the Attorney Generals Office at 1-800-382-5516.