Ammon Bundy, the leader of the right wing militiamen who have been holed up at an Oregon wildlife refuge for more than three weeks has been arrested, according to a report from KATU television.
The news outlet says that Bundy and three others were taken into custody after an incident happened as the men were on the way to an event in the community of John Day. Pete Santilli, a sympathizer of the protest, said in a YouTube video Tuesday night that two people had been shot.
According to Oregon Public Broadcasting, Bundy did not show up at the scheduled event in John Day. There are reports that there was a shooting along Highway 395, but that has not been confirmed. OPB is also reporting that the Harney County Hospital is in lockdown.