BC RCMP arrested three more protesters while enforcing the B.C. Supreme Court injunction at Fairy Creek Watershed on Friday near Port Renfrew.
Two were arrested for breaching the court injunction and one was arrested for obstruction, according to police.
They say with the assistance of specially trained personnel, individuals were removed from locking devices along Braden Mainline Forestry Service Road.
A number of abandoned and unoccupied devices that protesters were using have been decommissioned, according to police. They say devices included a log that had been altered to conceal steel re-bar.
BC RCMP say all arrested individuals were transported to Lake Cowichan RCMP for processing.
They say there have now been 170 arrests made since enforcement began and at least nine individuals have been previously arrested.
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