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Muhammad Hasan, a Muslim business owner who offered private Quran instruction, stands accused of sexually abusing two female students.
Investigators have arrested a man who’s accused of abusing two girls who were clients of his religious instruction business, Tigard police say.
Muhammad L. Hasan ran AICQ (American Islamic Center for the Holy Quran), a Tigard business that offered private Quran instruction, the city’s police department said in a news release. He was indicted last week and arrested Wednesday.
Hasan’s indictment lists six counts of first-degree sex abuse and a single count of third-degree sex abuse. He’s accused of kissing one of the girls on multiple occasions and touching another’s breast or breasts, according to the document.