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Protests in OR Finally Ending – More Arrests Made by FBI

After a few weeks of issues with Ammon Bundy in Oregon taking over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, the whole situation is finally coming to a close. Bundy’s gang ended up on the losing end of the event, with Bundy himself now in custody as well as a number of his followers for probable cause.

 

Before the checkpoints were established, several other cars left the refuge without incident, authorities said.

At approximately 3:30 p.m. PT, the FBI made probable cause arrests of Duane Leo Ehmer, 45, of Irrigon, Ore., and Dylan Wade Anderson, 34, of Provo, Utah, according to a release by the law enforcement agency.

At approximately, 7:40 p.m., agents made a probable cause arrest of Jason S. Patrick, 43, of Bonaire, Ga. All were in contact with the FBI, and each chose to turn himself into agents at a checkpoint outside the refuge. The arrests were without incident, authorities said. Continue Reading

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Paul Stevens

Written by Paul Stevens

I've always been an outdoorsman. Growing up in the mountains
twenty five miles from the nearest town (of only 1000 people
even!) will do that for you.

Since moving on from my first career as a wildland firefighter,
I've run a travel adventure company, built my own home in the
wilds of North Idaho and recently taken a stab at this writing
thing. Happy to be a Ready Tribe contributor.

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