HOMESTEAD (CBSMiami) – Bond was denied Wednesday for a private school bus driver accused of sexual battery on a child.

According to a Miami-Dade police arrest affidavit, Noel de Jesus Cisne was arrested on March 19th and charged with molesting a 4-year-old boy.

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Police say de Jesus Cisne was the boy’s private school bus driver.

According to the affidavit, de Jesus Cisne was driving the boy to school when he stopped the bus, pulled his pants down and molested the boy. The boy told his mother who called police.

De Jesus Cisne, who lives in Homestead, is now calling the Dade County Jail home.

“Sir, these are very serious allegations,” Judge Glazer said. “I order you stay away from the victim.”

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When Judge Glazer took a second look at his arrest report, she grew concerned about letting him out of jail, worrying he might return back to work.

“I don’t know what the state wants to do here,” Glazer said. “He’s a private school bus driver. Kids. These are allegations though. I don’t know what to tell you.”

Some of Cisne’s neighbors were shocked about the allegations.

“That’s ridiculous. And no one knew about this until today,” asked neighbor Antonio Lara. “I have kids all down this street. They ride bicycles, walk with their parents, walking dogs. The last thing you expect is your own neighbor.”

Other neighbors didn’t believe the charges were true.

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“Whenever we needed help with the car, he would come over and help. I really don’t think he is capable of doing such a thing,” said neighbor Jessica Jimenez.