Ryan Bundy shows a Canon lens his group removed from a power pole remote camera location near the occupied Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters in Burns, Oregon on January 15, 2016. AFP / Rob Kerr
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A member of the group of armed men who have seized a U.S. wildlife refuge in Oregon in an anti-government protest has been arrested after driving a government vehicle to a local supermarket, officials said.Police arrested Kenneth Medenbach, a 62-year-old resident of Crescent, Oregon, after he drove a vehicle owned by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to a local supermarket on Friday, the Harney County Sheriff's office said in a statement.A lawyer for Hammond family has said that the occupiers do not speak for the family.The chair of a local Native American tribe called on federal officials to remove the occupiers.
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