1 arrested in Downtown Bismarck Monday in connection with DAPL protests

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BISMARCK, N.D. - More Dakota Access Pipeline protest actions occurred in Bismarck Monday.

A group of pipeline protesters marched to several places in Downtown Bismarck, and Bismarck Police say they made one arrest.

Bismarck Police say at 11 a.m. about 100 demonstrators walked to Wells Fargo Bank at 4th Street and Broadway and then moved to the Federal Building. They say at 12:30 p.m. the group returned to 4th and Main and made a circle in the intersection by linking arms. This blocked traffic and all four crosswalks.

Authorities say they arrested a 24-year-old Colorado man for disorderly conduct.

After his arrest the group moved off the streets and to the Mandan Law Enforcement Center.