Water Protectors Protesting Enbridge Line in Superior
Some Protesters Cut Out of Car
SUPERIOR, Wis.- Four people have been arrested after participating in a protest outside of the Michel’s Pipeline Construction building in Superior late Thursday morning.
During the protest, two vehicles were parked in front of the gates and tires deflated in order to make it more difficult to move vehicles.
One person has been arrested for disorderly conduct and three others are now in custody for trespassing and resisting arrest.
Police say two of the four people who were protesting were tied together inside of the car and forcibly removed by the Superior Fire Department.
Two protesters inside of the car that were tied together with a homemade type of lock box made of chicken wire, duct tape, and tar covered PVC pipe.
Other protesters were on site and have since left.