COLUMBUS, Ohio -- This bus was blocking traffic during a protest and police had it impounded. Upon getting a search warrant, the police then went inside the bus and what they found was nothing short of insanity.
"A day after citing the owner of an altered school bus for blocking a downtown street during weekend protests, Columbus Police say they found bats, rocks, meat cleavers, axes, clubs, and other projectiles inside the vehicle. Detectives also say charges against the owner of that bus and possibly others inside are pending." (6 ABC)
The bus owner was at a protest washing people's faces, according to her statement at the impound lot the next day. She claims to not have consented to anyone being on her bus, but police got a search warrant to take a look around.
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Marisa Digati, the owner of the bus, "said she’s from Rhode Island, but her bus is registered in Vermont. She said she lives on her bus and has been in the Columbus area for the last year."
The Columbus Ohio Police wrote, "This bus was stopped yesterday at Broad St. & 3rd due for obstruction of traffic. There was a suspicion of supplying riot equipment to rioters. Detectives followed up w/a vehicle search today & found: bats, rocks, meat cleavers, axes, clubs & other projectiles. Charges pending."