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Apr 11, 2013 7:00 AM by Eugene Daniels

2 accused of helping people get Colo. licenses

DENVER (AP) - Two people from an Aurora driving school face federal charges alleging they helped people fraudulently get driver's licenses, for a fee.

Little Lake Driving Academy owner Stuart Bryan King is free on a $100,000 property bond. The academy's clerk Griselda Trevino De Valenzuela was being held Wednesday without bond. They have been arraigned on charges including bribery.

An indictment alleges they charged up to $420 to falsely say a customer had passed the test for a Colorado driver's license or instruction permit.

The indictment alleges people from other states with fake or stolen identities were being driven by unnamed conspirators to Colorado, so they could get licenses with help from Little Lake Driving Academy. At least four other people have been arrested on suspicion of identity theft in the investigation.

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