UM Police Seeking Two Suspects After Anti-Trump ‘Bodyslam’ Attack on Bus

University of Montana Police have released photos and are asking for the public’s help in identifying two men who reportedly attacked a bus as they disembarked near UM housing at the Lewis and Clark Village on South Higgins Avenue.

“We got a report of disorderly conduct on one of the UM transportation buses,” said UM Police Captain Ben Gladwin. “A bus driver called her supervisor and her supervisor in turn called us to report an incident that occurred   on October 19, at around 2 o’clock in the morning as two passengers had become disorderly.”

The situation happened just hours after President Donald Trump was in Missoula for a rally out near the Missoula International Airport, though these men were on the opposite side of town, they apparently assumed the bus had something to do with Trump.