According to the Bergen County Sheriff's Office in New Jersey, a Hasbrouck Heights school bus driver was arrested after he attempted to force two students into allowing him to film them for child pornography.
35-year-old Brandon May-Stubbs was arrested after the Bergen County Sheriff's Office and the Bergen County District Attorney were provided with text messages from two underage students of whom May-Stubbs had demanded child pornographic photos from in a conversation with the children.
The children were preyed upon by a pedophile with a sick and delusional desire to see children naked, and the school system hired this monsters; again showing that you cannot be certain of who your children are around in positions of authority whether that be a teacher or even a bus driver.
After the children came forward on Wednesday with the text messages, a short investigation was conducted by the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office, under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti, and the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office, under the direction of Sheriff Michael Saudino; just before May-Stubbs was taken into custody.
Brandon May-Stubbs is now charged with several felonies including endangering the welfare of a child and attempted production of child pornography, according to police.
He is scheduled for his first appearance in the Central Judicial Processing Court in Hackensack, New Jersey on Friday, June 22nd, 2018 at 1:00 PM.
Acting Prosecutor Calo will be prosecuting the case and thanks to the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office for its assistance with this investigation.
In the United States of America alone, one in five children who regularly log onto the internet or use electronic devices have been propositioned by a would-be pedophile, and less than 25% of those tell an adult.
Fortunately, in this case, the children came forward. Unfortunately, we have to remain uncertain as to whether Brandon May-Stubbs has engaged in similar activities with other children.
If you or anyone you know has any additional information about Brandon May-Stubbs you can contact the Bergen County Sheriff's Office by calling 201-336-3500 and speaking to a Sheriff's detective.
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