A suspect in a Missoula Sexual Assault case will be making a trip back to Montana after being captured at a college campus in Minnesota.

"We had a warrant out of Missoula County for felony sexual intercourse without consent for Jordan Scott Bahr and we confirmed yesterday that he was actually arrested in Stevens County, Minnesota," said Missoula County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Brenda Basset. "He is being housed in Wheaton Minnesota due to the fact that Stevens County doesn't have a jail. We know at some point, we don't have a solid date yet, he will be expedited back to Montana to face charges."

Bahr is accused of raping a Missoula woman in October of 2015 after meeting her at the Silver Dollar Bar. Later that evening, after biking home, the woman claims Bahr forced her to have sex. Officers who interviewed Bahr say that elements of his side of the story changed and that he both admitted and denied penetrating the victim at different points in the interview.