Don't drive through the stop signs on a school bus

Students in the Holt school district have one more day of class Friday before summer break --- and the Ingham County Sheriff's Office is still reminding drivers about the school bus laws.

FOX 47 went on a ride-along with sheriff Scott Wriggelsworth and superintendent David Hornak.

The sheriff says the the same law applies to buses as it does to stop lights -- yellow means slow down and red means stop.

Thursday FOX 47 saw the sheriff catch three people running the buses stop sign -- something he says happens way too often.

Sheriff Wriggelsworth says violators can get up to three points on their license, on top of a ticket costing up to three hundred dollars.