A Moon Area High School bus driver showed students nude photos of females, according to police.
Police said Robert Williams, 51, showed the students photos on his cellphone.
“He showed my daughter and her friends naked pictures of females,” said mother Margaret Morton.
Morton’s 11th-grade daughter is one of four alleged victims, boys and girls.
Police said Williams confessed.
The students also accuse Williams of taking photos of them, but police said they found no evidence of that.
Channel 11 went to Williams’ Coraopolis home. A woman there said he wasn’t home. She had no other comments.
Williams was hired by Student Transportation of America last September. A spokesman said he has been fired.
Police said he was convicted of simple assault in 2008, but the company said he passed a background check, allowing him to drive a school bus.
“I want to see this guy locked up. I don’t want him around any other kids,” said Morton.
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