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Driving school owner accused of molesting student

Joselito Valencia DananThe owner of a Granada Hills driving school has been accused of molesting a student at the school, police said Thursday.

Joselito Valencia Danan, 44, inappropriately touched a 17-year-old on Aug. 16, the Los Angeles Police Department said. He was charged by the city attorney's office with misdemeanor sexual battery of a juvenile.

Danan owns Valleywide Driving School, the LAPD said, adding that detectives believe there are additional victims.

Anyone with information is asked to call detectives at (818) 832-0609.


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Photo: Joselito Valencia Danan. Credit: Los Angeles Police Department
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