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Two bus drivers are accused of sexually
harassing young girls
by Nathan'ette Burdine: June 15, 2014

Two bus drivers from different states were accused of doing the unthinkable to young girls who were in their care.

The bus drivers, one from Utah and the other from Texas, are accused of sexually abusing young girls.

KUTV, a CBS affiliate in Utah, reported that the bus driver, who is in his 60’s, was caught on camera sexually assaulting girls as young as five years old; while the Houston Chronicle reported that Carlos Elmer Guzman, who is 29 years old, sexually assaulted a girl who is 12 years old.

In both cases, the bus drivers allegedly waited until all of the other children were off the bus before they began sexually assaulting the young girls.

Based on reports from KUTV and the Houston Chronicle, the bus drivers would park the bus, approach the young girls, and began touching them inappropriately on their legs, knees or thighs.

The bus drivers would also allegedly kiss the young girls. Both bus drivers were caught after the girls told their parents, who then told the school and the local police.

According to the Houston Chronicle, Guzman allegedly tried to be slick and cover the security camera with black tape to hide his dirty deed.

Unbeknownst to him, his alleged act of covering the camera while stopped at a red traffic light, which most likely has a camera in it, and the girl’s story was enough for the local police to put him in handcuffs.

According to KUTV, the 60-year-old man, whose name the police have not released, was caught on the bus’ security camera doing his dirty deed.

Sgt. John Arnold of the Sandy Police Department told KUTV that they are in the process of charging the man with a crime.

The Houston Chronicle reported that Guzman has been charged with unlawful restraint and released on a $30,000 bond.

Both bus drivers have been fired by the school districts.

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