Wayward Bus Driver Gets A Year
Wayward Bus Driver Gets A Year REDWOOD CITY Presiding Superior Judge Edmund Scott imposed the maximum sentence, a year in. county jail, on 'bus' driver driver Keith DeLasaux yesterday and said, he wished he could make it more. DeLasaux, 39," of 909 Tenth, avenue, San Mateo, had entered a plea of guilt to a charge of contributing contributing to the delinquency af minors. He was - accused of "aiding "aiding and abetting" - a sex act be tween has IB - year - old son. and. a. 14 - year - old girl. . When he appeared for sentencing sentencing yesterday, . Judge Scott asked - the defendant's atto'rney, - Jonothan Howell, if he .hail any comment on the probation office report. , "I would like to emphasize that he is the father of two very young children . . '. RoweH'hcjjn. "Fine father," Judge Scol ott. in - tcrrupted. "He has no'record . . .".Rowell continued. " ' " "He's going. to have one." the judge, commented. ' "Anyman'as perverted as this one shouldn't be free in society,'.' Judge Scott added. "The longer we put him away, the better. I'm sorry the' law only permits me to. give him one year. He should be in San Quentin." Jndge Scott ordered the maxi mum sentence s "I trust the parole' board won't consitW - prematurely any application application for parole." . DeLasaux was charged originally originally with suitTitory'rape;: - afelorry charge carrying a maximum sentence sentence of 50 - years in prison. The charge was reduced to a,' misdemeanor misdemeanor when Chief Deputy District District Attorney. Howard - Hartley said the two youngsters, involved refused to co - operate in the'pros - ecution of DeLasaux.