Outside the Deschutes County Courthouse Friday, as Ian Cranston was arraigned on murder and manslaughter charges for the shooting death of Barry Washington Jr., a crowd of roughly 125 people gathered.
It was peaceful, with cheering when the judge announced that Cranston would continue to be held without bail.
But chaos erupted when Luke Richter, a leader with the local group the Central Oregon Peacekeepers, singled out a Central Oregon Daily News crew.
The Peacekeepers have publicly criticized Central Oregon Daily News for posting a video shot on the night Washington was shot and killed.
The confrontation was verbal, not physical and there were no injuries.
To watch the entire unedited video – you can visit the Central Oregon Daily News Facebook page and watch the live video we kept recording throughout. Warning, there is graphic language.