Another beer delivery truck has been attacked by anti-alcohol activists in Whiteclay.
Nebraska State Patrol officials say air soft rifles were fired at a High Plains Budweiser truck Monday afternoon.
Lieutenant Lance Rogers with the Nebraska State Patrol says the investigation has been turned over to the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs because the altercation crossed state lines.
The plastic pellets were shot at the beer truck in the Nebraskan town of Whiteclay from the ‘Zero Tolerance’ camp on the South Dakotan border.
The small town of Whiteclay has been the center of many as anti-alcohol protests, where activists say they want to keep alcohol off of the Pine Ridge Indian reservation.