An East Irondequoit school bus driver, 54-year-old Anderson Hollins is accused of driving a school bus drunk with a BAC greater than .08% while children were on board the bus.

A local bus driver is accused of driving a school bus drunk Monday morning while several children were on board.

Anderson Hollins, a 54-year-old bus driver for the East Irondequoit School District, was arraigned Monday night and pleaded not guilty to seven counts of aggravated DWI with a child, aggravated DWI while operating a bus with a passenger, and driving while BAC is greater than .08%.

Hollins allegedly was drunk when he drove seven students, ranging in ages from 5 to 11 years old, to Holy Cross School on Lake Avenue.

No students were injured.

A spokesperson for the district told News10NBC Hollins has been placed on administrative leave.

Hollins is being held in the Monroe County Jail on $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond. He is due back in court Friday.

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A local bus driver is accused of driving a school bus drunk while children were on board.

Anderson Hollins, a bus driver for the East Irondequoit School District, was arraigned Monday night and pleaded not guilty.

A spokesperson for the district told News10NBC Hollins has been placed on administrative leave.

Hollins is due back in court Friday.

A mug shot was not made immediately available.