State suspends operations at South Lyon driving school

Temporary court order issued after business owner charged in Oakland County

The state has suspended operations at a driving school in South Lyon following an incident involving a teenage girl.

SOUTH LYON, Mich. – Operations have been suspended at a South Lyon driving school after charges have been made against the school’s owner.

Michigan officials on Thursday suspended operations at Around Town Driving School, owned by Steven Kimler. According to authorities, Kimler was arrested in Oakland County and has reportedly been charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor in connection with an incident that occurred at his business.

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office says the charges against Kimler stem from inappropriate comments that he made with two minors in his car during a road test.

Following the investigation, the state has implemented a temporary court order that bans Kimler from “having, or causing any third party to have, direct or indirect contact with minors under the age of 18 years old,” officials said Thursday.

No other information has been provided at this time.

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