Authorities have charged a man with shooting at a pipeline in eastern Alaska, authorities said, in the latest in a string of violent incidents involving the controversial pipeline.
The suspect was arrested on Saturday, Alaska State Troopers said.
He was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and interfering with interstate commerce, the Alaska Dispatch News reported.
Authorities say the man fired shots at a train while trying to flee from the scene of the shooting.
The man had not been identified, and authorities did not immediately have details on the incident.
A spokesman for the Alaska Department of Transportation did not respond to a request for comment on the investigation.
In January, authorities in northern Alaska shot and killed a man who fired at an armed suspect who was attempting to breach a pipeline fence.
A similar incident occurred in May, when a man in his 40s was shot at in the same area.