Arlee man arrested for alleged assault over Missoula traffic dispute

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Stewart M. Schall, 56. 

Zoe Buchli

An Arlee man was arrested for allegedly assaulting another driver with a pipe wrench and running over his foot with a pickup Saturday following a traffic dispute.

Stewart M. Schall, 56, appeared in Missoula Justice Court on Tuesday on two felony counts of assault with a weapon. His bail was set at $5,000.

Missoula police received numerous reports around 2 p.m. Saturday from concerned callers about a road rage incident at Flynn Lane and West Broadway Street.

Callers reported a man driving a brown pickup and another man driving a motorcycle as the involved parties. They said the motorcycle driver was the victim of an assault by the pickup driver, according to charging documents.

When officers arrived, the disturbance was no longer in progress. Several cars, including the motorcycle and pickup, were parked off the roadway waiting for police.

Officers spoke with the motorcycle driver, who reported he was at a stop sign at the intersection of Flynn Lane and West Broadway waiting to make a left-hand turn when he

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