Update on tower protest arrests at Kirby Misperton – man and woman charged with causing a danger to road users
Two protesters who erected wooden towers in the middle of Habton Road at Kirby Misperton on Monday (30 October 2017) have been charged to court.
Tower protesters arrested in Kirby Misperton – Habton Road now open to motorists and pedestrians
Two protesters who have been involved in the blockage of Habton Road at Kirby Misperton since 3am today (Monday 30 October 2017), have been arrested after being removed from wooden towers by a specialist police team.
Highway disruption at Kirby Misperton after protestors erect two wooden towers in the middle of Habton Road
Habton Road at Kirby Misperton is currently closed to all vehicles and pedestrians after protestors erected two wooden towers in the middle of the highway.
Update: four people lying in road cut out and arrested
Four people who lay down in the road at two different locations in Kirby Misperton and locked themselves into devices have been cut out and arrested.
Officers from other forces supporting policing at Kirby Misperton
Other police forces have provided about 25 officers to support policing at Kirby Misperton through mutual aid arrangements, yesterday and today, due to the large number protestors coming to the village from outside the area.
Habton Road, Kirby Misperton, blocked by four people locked to metal and concrete devices
Two groups of two people are lying down in the middle of the road in Kirby Misperton this morning.
Man charged after climbing onto lorry on Kirby Misperton Road
A man who climbed onto a lorry as it drove along Kirby Misperton Road yesterday has been charged.
Update: man on lorry at Kirby Misperton arrested
A man who climbed on top of a lorry as it drove along Kirby Misperton Road has been arrested.