An 18-year-old man was arrested and charged Saturday with felony sexual intercourse without consent after an early morning incident on the University of Montana campus.
Missoula police arrested Leo Henry Green II Saturday afternoon after an investigation into a disturbance call on Laurin Court at the University Villages housing complex.
Missoula police were dispatched to assist university public safety officers with the disturbance call at 5:20 a.m. Saturday, said Sgt. Scott Pastian.
"We subsequently launched an investigation into an allegation of sexual intercourse without consent," Pastian said. "The Missoula Police Department called out our own detectives who conducted a follow-up investigation that led to the arrest of (Green.)"
Peggy Kuhr, interim vice president for integrated communications at UM, said the disturbance is believed to be an isolated incident.
No alerts or warnings were issued by the university because the suspect has been arrested, Kuhr said.
It is unknown if Green is a UM student, Pastian said.
Green remained in Missoula County jail Sunday. According to the Missoula County jail roster, Green is set to appear in Justice Court Monday in front of Justice of the Peace John Odlin.
A $50,000 bond has been set in the case.