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However, Monroe said she didn’t know about any sort of incident until last week when her son’s backpack went missing.
She told our sister station, ABC13 Eyewitness News, she called school transportation officials to ask them to review the security footage onboard the bus to see if they could tell what happened to the backpack.
“I would receive a call five hours later, asking me if I could come to the school and pick up my son, and there was an Aldine ISD officer that needed to speak to me,” she recalled.
“I get to the school and find out that my son was sexually assaulted. Days of questioning, days of talking to my child. The details became more and more graphic each and every time.”
“According to the investigator, the bus driver stopped the bus because she thought they were fighting on the back of the bus. But this mother’s child was fighting because he was being raped,” Quannell said.