A bus driver in Kenosha, Wis. is trying to get his job back after he was let go in the wake of an incident last month in which he traded punches with a teen passenger.
Kenosha Area Transit has released a video of the Jan. 17 incident involving driver Scott Wells.
Janine Anderson of the Kenosha News reports that Wells was picking up students from a local high school when "a 15-year-old student came to the front of the bus and punched him twice in the face. Wells got up from his seat and went back after the teen."
And, according to the report, "The bus crashed into several cars while the driver tussled with the student."
The boy’s mother asked police to press charges against Wells, which has not happened. The boy, on the other hand, was "charged in juvenile court with battery to a transit worker and first-degree recklessly endangering safety, both felonies, and misdemeanor criminal damage to property."
-- Bill Miller