Milan Police Now Welcoming Complaints Over Troubled Driving School

Posted On August 19, 2014

By Mike Perleberg

no-car-sign(Milan, Ind.) – Another law enforcement agency is investigating complaints about a local driving school not providing the services it has been paid to do.

Eagle 99.3 has told you previously of allegations that KC Driving School could not provide driver certification or training to paying customers because the school’s owner, Kim Cleeter, had not renewed her license with the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles after it expired June 30.

That was still the case as of August 11, according to Indiana BMV credential programs executive director Stephen M. Leak. An August 12 directory of BMV-approved driving schools in Indiana did not list Cleeter’s  school in either Dearborn or Ripley Counties.

KC Driving School had locations in Aurora and Milan.

The Indiana Attorney General and Aurora Police Department have previously announced investigations into KC Driving School.

The Milan Police Department now says it is looking into complaints concerning the school on North Warpath Drive. KC Driving School customers who did not receive training or certification are asked to contact Milan Police at (812) 654-2211.

Many of the customers had paid hundreds of dollars expecting Cleeter’s services. Customers have reported difficulty getting in touch with Cleeter to seek services or a refund. Former employees of her driving school have taken her to court seeking unpaid wages.

The phone number listed for KC Driving School again went to a full voice mailbox when Eagle 99.3 attempted to contact the school for this story.


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