The Tennessean is reporting that the man who supervises Metro Nashville school bus drivers was arrested late Saturday and charged with hiring children to provide him with sexual gratification.
Bob Epley, 56, has been indicted by the Davidson County grand jury on three counts of especially aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor and one count of aggravated sexual battery, according to a news release from Metro police spokesman Don Aaron.
He is the third Metro schools employee charged with a sex crime this month.
Police say Epley had hired at least three children — ages 9, 14 and 15 — on various occasions since last October and paid them to place him in a stranglehold with their legs "in order to create an autoerotic sensation."
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