Published September 12, 2016
BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA — Cody Hall (Cheyenne River Sioux), one of the Red Warrior Camp’s leaders, was arrested on Friday after the vehicle he was riding in had outdated license tabs. North Dakota law enforcement arrested him on trespassing charges for being present on September 3 and September 6 on Dakota Access pipeline construction sites.
Apparently, law enforcement identified him in videos taken as land protectors rallied against the Dakota Access pipeline on ancestral lands.
Hall was arrested on Friday as he made his way up from the Red Warrior encampment near Cannon Ball, North Dakota to be part of a rally against the Dakota Access pipeline (#NoDAPL) on the grounds of the North Dakota state capitol in Bismarck, North Dakota.
Hall spent the weekend in jail.
He was released from jail on Monday on a $150 bond. As part of Hall’s bail, the judge stipulated that Hall cannot be at the site of the Red Warrior encampment where thousands of American Indians and supporters have gathered to protest the pipeline.
Hall is due back in court in December 2016.
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