Blood Tribe bus driver facing charges

Blood Tribe police say a bus driver has been charged with sexual interference and assault.

The driver is with the Blood Tribe Bus Co-op, the police service said in a news release Friday.

The Kainai Board of Education said in a news release that police are investigating an alleged incident in the fall “involving students of KBE and an individual working for the Blood Tribe Bus Co-op.”

The board of education said the accused is no longer transporting KBE students. The board has provided counselling to students and parents.

Ronnie Standing Alone, 54, has been charged with one count of sexual interference and one count of assault.

He is scheduled to appear in Cardston Provincial Court on Dec. 10.

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