UPDATE: All 10 protesters locked to tools, blockades at MVP internet site in Montgomery County have been arrested
UPDATE 5:35 a.m. (8/10/21): Appalachians From Pipelines suggests all 10 protesters who had been arrested on Monday after locking on their own to construction devices and blockades at a Montgomery County Mountain Valley Pipeline web page — halting do the job for far more than eight several hours — are now out of jail.
UPDATE 3:50 p.m.: WFXR News’ Hazelmarie Anderson confirms that all 10 people today who locked by themselves onto design equipment and blockades when protesting at the Mountain Valley Pipeline site in Montgomery County have been arrested soon after halting perform on the pipeline for far more than 8 several hours.
Appalachians Towards Pipelines suggests almost 90 supporters of the protest remaining the site securely previously in the working day. In addition, the first person who was arrested before has been launched on personal recognizance.
UPDATE 12:20 p.m.: Appalachians Versus Pipelines suggests at minimum two protesters have