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The FBI on Wednesday evening moved in on the last four occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, apparently placing armored vehicles around their camp.
The FBI says its agents have moved in to surround the remaining militants occupying a wildlife reserve in Oregon.-- James Cook (@BBCJamesCook) February 11, 2016
A friend of occupier David Fry was streaming online through an open phone line with the occupiers as authorities made what appeared to be a final push to end the 40-day old occupation.
As of this posting, the occupiers are on the phone with assemblywoman Michele Fiore, trying to find a resolution.
"Come out with your hands up," a law enforcement official could be heard saying.
The four have been the only occupiers left at the refuge after the Jan. 26 arrest of Ammon Bundy and other occupation leaders and the shooting death of Robert "LaVoy" Finicum.
MORE: Among the charges Cliven Bundy faces is conspiracy to interfere with federal officers. The same charge his sons face for OR takeover.— Les Zaitz (@LesZaitz) February 11, 2016
BREAKING: Cliven Bundy arrested in Portland Wednesday night on federal charges for the 2014 standoff in Nevada with federal agents.— Les Zaitz (@LesZaitz) February 11, 2016
FBI confirms that Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, whose son led the Oregon militia occupation, has been arrested in Portland.— James Cook (@BBCJamesCook) February 11, 2016
2016-02-11T06:13:42Z 2016-02-11T06:13:42ZAccording to the live audio stream, the remaining occupants in Oregon will surrender at 8AM Thursday morning. They will be joined by Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore and Reverend Franklin Graham.