Lansing Party Bus owner facing four charges for operating unlicensed, uninsured
Charges against Lansing Party Bus owner Christopher Staggs were authorized by the Clinton County Prosecutor's office on Thursday, Nov. 2.
Staggs faces four counts of motor bus transportation operating without certificate of authority/insurance, according to the prosecutor's office. The charges are misdemeanors.
Buses were impounded and towed by the Clinton County Sheriff's Office on Oct. 14 for operating unlicensed and uninsured, leaving 52 people stranded at Andy T's Farm, according to a previous State News article.
The buses were unlicensed since Sept. 14, 2016, according Michigan Department of Transportation.
Former employees of Lansing Party Bus have spoken out against Staggs, alleging he did not pay them and stranded customers on purpose.
Staggs did not respond to request for comment.