PETERS TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Only Channel 11 can show you the moment a man boarded a Peters Township Elementary School bus full of children and yelled racial slurs at the driver last November.
Mark Ferrari was charged with ethnic intimidation.
On Tuesday, a judge sentenced Ferrari to two years of probation plus anger management after he pleaded guilty.
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At his sentencing, the grandfather of a 9-year-old boy told the judge, "My 9-year-old grandson was trapped on that bus with 17 other small children held captive and terrorized for a brief time. But a brief time can seem a lot longer for a child."
We blurred the kid's faces, but several are wide-eyed, others duck down like they're hiding and stay down until Ferrari leaves the bus.
In court, Ferrari read a statement, apologizing to the judge, students and parents:
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