There are currently 104 inmates at the LEC. 108 is the maximum the facility holds.

The Dakota Access pipeline protest is winding down, and some arrested at the site will be spending time in Devils Lake before facing charges.

LEC director Rob Johnson reports that nine people from the Dakota Access pipeline protest are currently being held at the Law Enforcement Center while they await court appearances.

Johnson said that the facility currently houses seven men and two women from the protest site. More may be coming, though Johnson indicated that he’s not sure how many more inmates the LEC can handle.

There are currently 104 inmates at the LEC. 108 is the maximum the facility holds.

“I don’t know if we’ll be able to take them,” Johnson said.