North Carolina teacher, student charged after video shows assault against middle-schooler on bus: Deputies
WGHP / Alamance County
Brandon Tyler Lane, Samuel Bradly Freeze

via WGHP:

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) -- An Alamance County teacher and a teenager are facing felony charges for multiple assaults that allegedly happened on a school bus, according to the sheriff's office.

The sheriff's office says they found video evidence of Southern Alamance High School student Brandon Tyler Lane, 18, physically assaulting and trying to sexually assault a middle school student.

Investigators believe bus driver and teacher Samuel Bradly Freeze, 42, knew what was happening and did not stop it.

Others were on the bus at the time of the alleged assaults.

Lane was charged with felony attempted second-degree forcible sex offense, misdemeanor sexual battery and four counts of misdemeanor assault. Freeze was charged with felony aiding and abetting attempted second-degree forcible sex offense, felony child abuse - sexual acts and four counts of misdemeanor child abuse.

Freeze worked with Alamance-Burlington School System until he was dismissed Tuesday.

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