An investigation is being held by the Martin County Sheriff's Office after an interaction between a bus driver and student led to the drive removing a hat from the teenager's head.

The Martin County Sheriff's Office is investigating an interaction between a bus driver and student on their way to Hidden Oaks Middle School in Palm City, Fla., WPTV reported.


Earlier this week, Gunnar Johansson, 14, participated in a March of Dimes fundraiser in which students could wear a hat of their choice in exchange for a monetary donation. When Johansson boarded the school bus, the driver told him to take off his hat, which read “Trump: Make America Great Again.”


A surveillance video shows the bus driver interacting with Johannson, telling him to remove the hat and put it in his backpack. According to Johannson, the driver then pulled the hat from his head.


Later that day, a police report was filed against the bus driver, who has not been identified.


Johansson’s mother, Jackie Putt, encouraged her son to file the police report.


“We all have a right to who we want to vote for; this is America,” she told WPTV.


According to Lieutenant Ryan Grimsdale of the Martin County Sheriff's Office, “The crux of our investigation will be the interaction directly, physically with the child and how that panned out.”


Whether or not charges will be filed is unknown.


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