Driving school owner, clerk accused of taking bribes for licenses
DENVER -- The owner of an Aurora driving school and the school's clerk face federal charges Wednesday in which they're accused of taking bribes in exchange for documents to get driver licenses. An indictment says it didn't matter if the people getting the licenses passed the tests. Stuart King, 52, owner of Little Lake Driving Academy, and Griselda Trevino De Valenzuela, 42, the driving school's clerk, were arraigned in U.S. District Court in Denver Wednesday.