The owner of a Loudoun County driving school could face additional charges following allegations he sexually abused at least two students.
Khawaja S. Vohra, 63, of Ashburn, Va., was charged with taking indecent liberties with a child by a person in a custodial relationship and three counts of sexual battery of an adult student. Vohra operates AALI Fastrack Driving school out of his Ashburn town home. He is the only instructor.
Investigators say an 18-year-old student came to them in September, claiming that Vohra made inappropriate comments and touched her inappropriately during two of her lessons.
A juvenile victim was found the next month, the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office told News4. A search warrant affidavit reveals, in total, four young women have come forward, aged between 16 and 18.
The teens allege their driving teacher kissed them, made them touch his crotch while driving, touched their breasts and rubbed their upper thigh area.
The women also say Vohra took digital pictures of them and asked them to text him photos.
When the search warrant was served at Vohra's townhome in October, investigators seized Fastrack school business documents, laptops, camcorders and an iPhone.
Virginia Department of Motor Vehicle officials say Vohra has been licensed to run a driving school since 2008.
The DMV says they have never received complaints about Vohra and he was last visited by a DMV auditor in March, says Pam Gogeen, DMV assistant commissioner for communications.
With news of the charges, Goheen said the license is under review.
Vohra was released from the Loudoun County Detention Center after posting a $25,000 bond and was ordered to have no unsupervised contact with any females under 21.
Authorities say their investigation is ongoing, indicating additional charges are pending.
If you have any information regarding this case, call the sheriff's office at 703-737-8481.