Manning and Castillo were arrested on suspicion of possession of stolen property and possession of a controlled substance.
Cheyenne, WY (AP) - The town of Jackson and state of Wyoming have agreed to pay a six-figure settlement to end a federal lawsuit over the arrest of an anti-abortion protester on Jackson's town square in 2011.
Etna lawyer Jack Edwards represents Mark Holick, a pastor with the Kansas-based Spirit One Christian Center.
Edwards says Jackson, the state and the Wyoming Local Government Liability Pool have agreed to pay an unspecified six-figure settlement to end Holick's case.
Attempts to reach town and state officials weren't immediately successful Friday.
Holick and other protesters targeted Jackson in 2011 because a doctor there had acknowledged performing abortions.
Jackson police arrested Holick as he was preaching on the town square shortly after the town secured a state court order barring anti-abortion protesters from appearing there.
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