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    TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

    A local cosmetology student is being investigating for giving free haircuts to homeless in the community.

    Juan Carlos Montesdeoca has given dozens of free haircuts to the homeless at the Santa Rita Park over the past few months.

    “Out of the kindness of my heart. Out of the memory of my mom, because she lost her hair,” Juan Carlos Montesdeoca said.

    Montesdeoca thought he was doing a good deed for Tucson by offering the haircuts, a service many homeless hadn’t received in a long time.

    “About seven months was the longest one, another lady was about two years without a basic trim.”

    He too has been homeless in the past.

    When his Regency Beauty school closed its doors last September, he felt compelled to offer his services for free.

    But now, the Arizona State Board of Cosmetology is investigating a complaint against him for practicing without a license.

    Tucson News Now spoke over the phone to Donna Aune, the board's executive director, who declined to comment because it is an active investigation.

    But she said they stand by the words written in the state statue that says in part “A person shall not perform or attempt to perform cosmetology without a license or practice in any place other than in a licensed salon.”

    Montesdeoca said he wasn’t aware of this regulation and is now worried that the haircuts he offered for free could now cost him his future in cosmetology.

    “They can suspend – even before I even try to get a license, they can say no. That would be very very unfortunate,” Montesdeoca said.

    Aune said they also have very detailed statue on sanitation and health safety.

    She said working outside a licensed salon and using an unlicensed person, is a “real risk.”
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    Probably a illegal immigrant to boot. Better deport him, no respect for the law.
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    If one gives credibility to the need for thousands of hours of schooling before being allowed to cut hair then one must follow the rules. A med student cannot go to the park and practice medicine. A dental student cannot go to the park and pull teeth or offer free cleanings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schifference View Post
    If one gives credibility to the need for thousands of hours of schooling before being allowed to cut hair then one must follow the rules. A med student cannot go to the park and practice medicine. A dental student cannot go to the park and pull teeth or offer free cleanings.
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    Aune said they also have very detailed statue on sanitation and health safety.
    Ooh nice, a statue? I wanna see it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Origanalist View Post
    Probably a illegal immigrant to boot. Better deport him, no respect for the law.
    +rep agreed. Its lawbreakers like this why our streets aren't safe
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