The legal grief for convicted school bus driver Johnthony Walker of Chattanooga, just gets worse and worse, as his statutory rape case proceeds. Now he gets to face a grand jury.
A 39-year-old former clerk with the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) received a seven-year state prison sentence for selling commercial driver’s licenses to over 220 school bus driver candidates.
CHICAGO — Since 2012, Cook-Illinois Corporation has worked closely with a National Advisory Team, which was created by the company to serve as an objective and critical sounding board and consultant group.
Legislation updating drug and alcohol testing regulations for the state’s school bus drivers has been passed by both the New York Senate and Assembly and is now on its way to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s desk. Industry observers indicated that the governor is likely to sign the legislation.
The legal troubles just continue to mount for former Durham School Services bus driver Johnthony Walker, 26, who was charged with one count of aggravated statutory rape, a Class D felony, after police were called to a disturbance at a residence in Nashville Davidson County, according to news accounts. Today, June 18, his court date was continued to Thursday, June 21, it was reported.