Graphic: Lewd acts, child porn charges filed against Edmond school bus driver

EDMOND, Okla. – An Edmond school bus driver is facing several charges after he allegedly molested a 7-year-old boy and recorded another boy using the restroom.

Authorities say an 8-year-old boy reported that 32-year-old Scott Keith Jepson touched him inappropriately at his home in 2013.

The boy gave explicit details on the crime, saying he was touched on the behind and that it wasn’t “pleasant.”

He claimed the molestation happened twice in the same day.

In July, police officers went to Jepson’s home and allegedly found explicit photos of children on his cell phone.

According to the charges, authorities allege Jepson distributed the photos by sending them to other people through his email address.

In addition to the photos on his cell phone, investigators claim they also found seven videos of child pornography and 50 explicit pictures on Jepson’s computer.

Authorities say six videos appeared to have been downloaded but one video stood out to officers.

According to the district attorney’s report, one video showed a child using a restroom, which they say may have been taken inside a school’s bathroom.

Officials claim Jepson filmed a boy using the restroom through a crack of the next stall.

Authorities say they were able to find the victim’s mother, who identified the boy in the video as her son.

Jepson is facing two counts of indecent of lewd acts with a child under 16, two counts of possession of obscene material involving the participation of a minor under 18, three counts of distributing child pornography and one count of manufacturing child pornography.

The charges were filed by the district attorney’s office on Tuesday.

Jepson was working as a bus driver with Edmond Public Schools.

School administrators say the allegations are disturbing but there have been no complaints about Jepson’s behavior in the past.

The district says Jepson is technically still employed, however, he has not shown up for work.

Officials say his employment is now under review by the district.