Anderson Hollins, the man accused of driving a school bus full of children while under the influence of alcohol, made a scheduled appearance before a judge on Wednesday.
His case has now been waived to a grand jury.
The East Irondequoit School District employee allegedly had a BAC of .12 when a random test was conducted by the Department of Transportation.
Both the prosecutor and judge agreed that because the test was not administered by law enforcement, they could not suspend his license under the current laws.
Hollins faces seven felony counts of driving drunk with a child in the vehicle, in addition to aggravated DWI.
He is expected back in court next month.
— SPECTRUM NEWS