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The agency hasn't received other complaints about Alexander, who worked at the station for three years and in other state jobs dating to 1993."We were shocked and surprised by the charges," Lowe said.
The woman's account is supported by surveillance video showing her car parked for 20 minutes in the lot.
An Iowa Department of Transportation driving instructor forced a customer to view sexually explicit photos and videos of himself during an exam and then threatened her to keep quiet, authorities said Wednesday.
John Wayne Alexander of Ankeny is charged with felonious misconduct in office and harassment based on his alleged actions during the Feb. The 60-year-old abruptly retired from the DOT in March amid a disciplinary investigation. A 47-year-old woman seeking to have her license reinstated told police that Alexander instructed her to pull into the parking lot of a Mills Fleet Farm store shortly after the test began, saying he wanted to smoke a cigarette.
He told her that she had passed the exam "but if she were to tell anyone, (Alexander) would lose his job and he would know who told." After obtaining her license, the woman reported the incident to Ankeny police.
The department removed Alexander from contact with the public and was concluding an investigation when Alexander retired March 23, motor vehicle division director Mark Lowe said.