Stun guns used on Montana players
MISSOULA, Mont. -- Police officers used stun guns to subdue two University of Montana football players Sunday morning after the team returned following a game Saturday at Northern Arizona.
Sgt. Collin Rose said quarterback Gerald Kemp and cornerback Trumaine Johnson scuffled with police officers who responded to a noise complaint at about 2:40 a.m.
Rose said one player struck an officer in the chest with an open hand and the second player grabbed the officer to prevent the arrest ...
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