September 2016

Date

Agency

Title

9-29-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

Morton County Responds to Rumor Involving Crop-Sprayer

9-28-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

21 Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters Arrested

9-27-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

Response to Protest

9-26-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

Guard Injured in Protest

9-20-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

Investigation of Protest 

9-15-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

Morton County Charges Eight Protesters, Warrants Filed for Three Others

9-14-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

Felony Charges Pursued in DAPL Protest Activities 

9-13-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

Morton County Responds to Protestors on DAPL Workite 

 

Morton County Sheriff's Department

Morton County to Staff Additional Personnel for Equipment Removal

  • Mandan, N.D. - Morton County Sheriff's Department has been advised of Dakota Access Pipeline's (DAPL) plan to remove their equipment from specific construction sites in Morton County. Law enforcement will be in the area Tuesday, September 13th, to maintain public safety as equipment is removed.
  • "I have requested that Dakota Access Pipeline inform the Morton County Sheriff's Department of their plans.  This request is to ensure that public safety is paramount for all of us; to include, DAPL workers, protesters and law enforcement officers. This type of group effort will help ensure DAPL can remove their property in a safe manner," said Morton County Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier.

9-6-16

Morton County

Commissioner Schulz statement on the federal court ruling

9-8-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

State Officials Enhance Law Enforcement Presence as Precautionary Measure

9-7-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

Presidential Candidate Jill Stein Wanted by Morton County

9-6-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

Unlawful activities continue at Dakota Access Pipeline construction site

9-3-16

Morton County Sheriff's Department

Private Security Officers Ambushed and Assaulted by Protestors