BULLHEAD CITY, AZ - Authorities in northwestern Arizona say a karate teacher is in custody for allegedly molesting an 8-year-old female student.
Bullhead City police say 22-year-old Nicholas Adam Ivesdal is being held on suspicion of sexual conduct with a minor, indecent exposure and child molestation.
He was booked Tuesday into the Mohave County Jail in Kingman. Police didn't immediately know if Ivesdal has a lawyer yet.
Police say Ivesdal is the owner of Three Feathers Martial Arts in Bullhead City.
They say a concerned employee reported seeing Ivesdal inappropriately touch a female student on a business surveillance camera system.
The employee turned the surveillance tape over to police.
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