Protesters line up outside Bank of North Dakota
About 175 protesters gathered on the grounds of the Bank of North Dakota late Wednesday morning for prayer, song and testimony. The crowd later stopped near Fraine Barracks to protest construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, carrying signs and shouting "Save the water."
They were met with calls from some motorists and pedestrians, who yelled "Go home" as they crossed the road to Fraine Barracks.
A separate group raised signs supporting community rights. Officers urged that group to refrain from engaging with the pipeline protesters.