(USA Today) The FBI said Wednesday that they have "moved to contain" the last remaining occupiers at an Oregon wildlife refuge that was taken over during a land-rights protest last month.
"The FBI has moved to contain the remaining occupiers by placing agents at barricades ahead and behind the area where they are camping," the FBI Portland tweeted Wednesday night.
The developments unfolded after one of the occupiers drove an ATV outside of barriers established by the occupiers, the FBI Portland said in a statement Wednesday. The occupier then drove the vehicle back to the site at a high rate of speed.
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The federal agency surrounded the site with armored vehicles, The Oregonian reported Wednesday night.