Officer Allegedly Pulls Over Bus to Deliver Son’s Lunch

(Chicago Tribune/TNS) -

An Illinois sheriff’s office is investigating a complaint that one of its officers pulled over a school bus while on its route — outside his jurisdiction — to deliver lunch to his son onboard, according to authorities and a police report.

Lt. Brian Keller used his unmarked black Dodge Charger with emergency lights to conduct a traffic stop about 7 a.m. last Tuesday in Johnsburg, Ill., according to a Johnsburg police report filed Thursday by the bus driver.

The report ended with “no further,” apparently meaning the case was closed. Johnsburg police released the report but did not return several calls seeking comment.

Lake County officials are investigating the complaint, Undersheriff Raymond Rose said.

The bus driver, who works for Durham Bus Service, filed the complaint.