Brian Dicamillo, 39, is accused of offering a 10-year-old boy one whole dollar to have sex with him.
According to police, that's just the start of what landed Dicamillo -- and eventually, his wife -- in jail.
Did we mention Dicamillo's a bus driver for the Deer Valley Unified School District?
According to court documents obtained by New Times, Phoenix police got a report Tuesday that the 10-year-old was on the street Dicamillo lives on when Dicamillo showed him a porn website "and asked the child to have sex in exchange for one dollar."
When the kid wasn't buyin' that, Dicamillo showed the youngster photos of a 5-year-old in "sexual" poses "to include focus on the child's genitalia."
Police note in the documents that Dicamillo knows who this 5-year-old in the pictures is.
The cops executed a search warrant at Dicamillo's place, and they found pictures of the 5-year-old boy's penis and another penis urinating into a glass, the documents say.
In an interview, Dicamillo told police he'd sexually assaulted that boy, now 6, over "several years," the documents state.
According to the documents, an "adult witness" had come over to the house in May, and Dicamillo showed the boy's penis and anus to him.
Dicamillo admitted propositioning the 10-year-old boy for the sex/dollar deal, police say, and it doesn't end there.
Dicamillo told police he "used tools and played doctor with the victim to gain sexual gratification."
Police also interviewed Dicamillo's wife, Jennifer Dicamillo, and she told the cops she'd caught her husband molesting the boy on two occasions.
"She said she saw her husband checking her son's anus with his hands and instrument to make sure he was 'healthy,'" the report states.
Again, he's not a doctor, he's a bus driver.
Brian Dicamillo promised his wife he'd never do that again, so she let it slide.
Two weeks later, Mrs. Dicamillo saw her husband "rubbing his penis against [the boy's] naked butt."
She let it slide that time, too, instead of calling police or Child Protective Services.
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For that, Jennifer Dicamillo faces two counts of child abuse.
Brian Dicamillo, on the other hand, faces four counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, two counts of sexual conduct with a minor, and one count each of causing child prostitution and furnishing obscene material to a minor.
Jennifer Dicamillo's also listed in court documents as an employee of the Deer Valley Unified School District.