Missouri school bus driver charged with restraining student


UNION, Mo. (AP) — A school bus driver is accused of restraining a nonverbal student on his bus route for several months.

Terry Rice, of St. Clair, is charged with eight misdemeanor counts of kidnapping and a misdemeanor charge of second-degree assault.

The child attended Autumn Hill, a state-funded school in Union for children with disabilities.

Court documents in Franklin County say a bus aide told school officials she witnessed Rice use “homemade restraints” on the child several times.

He drove the child twice a day on an 18-mile trip from the family’s home in rural Warren County to the school’s campus.


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