School bus driver accused of molesting special needs kids in San Francisco 

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Allegations that a San Francisco school bus driver molested two 11-year-old students with special needs have police asking more potential victims to come forward.

Roberto Marty was held to answer in a San Francisco courtroom Wednesday on two felony counts of committing lewd acts with a child under age 14.

Marty worked for a contact company hired by the San Francisco Unified School District from 1994 until April of last year, San Francisco police spokesman Officer Albie Esparza said Thursday.

The case came to light last year after an 11-year-old girl with special needs disclosed that Marty had allegedly molested her more than once, according to the Police Department.

That allegation had police reopen a similar case in 2004 in which Marty was the suspect in the molestation of another 11-year-old passenger with special needs.

Marty remains in custody until trial.

Anyone whose child may have been a victim is encouraged to contact the department’s Special Victims Unit at (415) 558-5500.

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