CEDAR CITY, UT -- A Redmond man was arrested in Utah last week, for his alleged involvement in the Harney County standoff, earlier this year. Travis Levi Cox was the last to be arrested, of the 26 people indicted on federal charges relating to the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation.
Iron County authorities say 21-year-old Cox was aware of the charges against him and turned himself in voluntarily. He was booked as a "Federal Fugitive" into the jail in Cedar City, Utah on April 11. He remained there, as of Tuesday. Court papers say Cox will not fight a return to Oregon.