19-year-old accused of sexually assaulting two on Kentucky school bus
STANFORD, Ky. - Authorities say a 19-year-old Kentucky high school student is facing charges, accused sexually assaulting two younger students on a school bus.
Local news organizations report 19-year-old Ryan Rayburn was arrested Friday on two counts of sodomy involving a 14-year-old girl and 11-year-old boy on a bus in Stanford.
Authorities say a March 16 school bus video shows Rayburn engaging in sexual acts with the juveniles. Officials did not give further details how the attack occurred.
Stanford police spokesman Officer Tim Morris says the investigation began after a parent complained to school officials. Rayburn attended an alternative high school in Stanford.
Lincoln County Superintendent Michael Rowe says the school system is fully cooperating with the investigation.
It wasn't immediately clear if Rayburn has an attorney.
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