Charge sought after kindergartner left on bus

Kalamazoo police are asking prosecutors to charge a former school bus driver who reportedly left a kindergartner alone on the first day of school.
AP Wire
Sep 20, 2013

 

The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety forwarded the case to the Kalamazoo County Prosecutor's Office with the recommendation that the driver face a misdemeanor of leaving a child alone in a vehicle.

The driver no longer works for Kalamazoo Public Schools.

The charge is punishable by up to 93 days behind bars.

The child's mother, Jacqueline King, filed a police report after her daughter, Mya, returned from her first day of kindergarten Sept. 3. Mya said the driver left her alone on the bus while the driver went into a fast-food restaurant at the end of the bus run.

Comments

Tri-cities realist

I wonder where this bus driver works now.

rukidding

Sitting on a bar stool down at Sporty's, collecting unemployment, food stamps, and welfare, and generally not giving a damn. Oh, and probably babysitting for several trusting parents. The kids are either taking a nap at the trailer or out in the truck.

 

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