3 arrested after altercation during Prineville Black Lives Matter demonstration

Three people were arrested Saturday in Prineville after an altercation during a Black Lives Matter protest.

Prineville Police Department and Crook County Sheriff’s Office responded to an altercation at the corner of Third Street and Court Street around 5:45 p.m., Capt. Larry Seymour said.

The altercation occurred towards the end of a demonstration organized by the Central Oregon Diversity Project and Central Oregon Peacekeepers.

Michael Satcher, 42, of Sisters was charged with disorderly conduct, interfering with a police officer, and harassment. Ronald Campbell, 57, of Prineville was charted with disorderly conduct and 40-year-old Jasmine Barnett of Bend was charged with disorderly conduct and harassment.  

Satcher and Barnett were both lodged at the Crook County Jail and released via bail. Campbell was cited and released due to medical concerns.

Each case has been forwarded to the Crook County District Attorney for review of any formal charges.

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