1 of 2 men who attacked school bus driver faces judge

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One of the two men seen beating a bus driver in front of children on camera, faced a judge Monday.

Reshawn Clark, 23, of Detroit, was charged with three counts including assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, unarmed robbery and larceny.

Clark, who turned himself in Friday, is accused of beating and strangling a bus driver for the Multicultural Academy in Ann Arbor. The incident happened after driver Rebhi Mohammad got into a minor fender bender with Clark and the other man on Detroit's west side the week before.

Police have confirmed one of the suspects who attacked a bus driver has turned himself in

"Based on the nature of these charges and the seriousness of the allegations, court is setting bond at $50,000 cash or surety."

Right now Clark faces 15 years in prison. Meanwhile Detroit police are still searching for the other man involved, if you have any info, call DPD at (313) 224-5850.

 "They jumped in and the minute they walked in, they started hitting me," Mohammad said.

The vicious attack was captured on bus surveillance and the children aboard were forced to watch in horror.

 "I was like why are these bad people just hitting our bus driver for nothing," said a student.

Clark and the other man left the 63-year-old driver bruised and bloody - then stole his keys and cell phone.
"I feel bad in my heart for him because he's an old man," the student said.

But the community came together and raised over $20,000 for Mohammad. Many are still questioning how anyone could do this for no reason. and in front of children.