Delinda Bradley (left), Marley Reynolds (right)
Sumter, SC (WLTX) - A former Sumter school bus driver and a bus monitor are facing charges after a 5-year-old child with autism was left on a bus Monday.
Sumter police say 49-year-old Delinda Bradley and 21-year-old Marley Reynolds are charged with one count each of cruelty to children, a misdemeanor. Previous Coverage: Child with Autism Left on Bus | Child's Mother Speaks Out
Monday morning, Montreal Johnson got on a bus at 7 a.m. to go to Kingsbury Elementary.
He was supposed to be dropped off at his school but fell asleep in the bus. The bus ended up at Sumter High School, where another bus driver later checked the bus and found the boy after four hours.
District officials say they fired Bradley and Reynolds after learning what happened. District policy is to check buses after students get off.