Girls testify against North Shore school bus driver in abuse trial
Defendant Jimmy Jerome James violated a sacred trust "when he drove his bus over the innocence of children," St. Louis County prosecutor Nathaniel Stumme told jurors Thursday.
Two girls, ages 8 and 12, then took the witness stand in the criminal sexual conduct trial of the North Shore Community School bus driver. The girls testified that James touched them in inappropriate ways inside and outside their clothing and that they didn't like it because it made them uncomfortable or sad.
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