Charges and warrant filed for 4th man who walked on the Grand Prismatic

(Yellowstone) - On Thursday, May 19, criminal charges and an arrest warrant were filed for Hamish McNab Campbell Cross, the fourth men to be charged for walking on the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park on May 14. On May 16, charges were filed against Charles Ryker Gamble, Alexey Andriyovych Lyakh and Justis Cooper Price-Brown. The Criminal Complaint states that the men violated two Yellowstone laws -- "travel on trails; foot travel in all thermal areas and within the Yellowstone Canyon between the Upper Falls and Inspiration Point must be confined to boardwalks or trails that are maintained for such travel and re marked by official signs;" and "Creates or maintains a hazardous or physically offensive condition." According to U.S. Attorney's Office Spokesman John Powell, the men have returned to Canada. "We would like the defendant’s to return to deal with the arrest warrants," said Powell. "Until then, there is not much else that can happen." Powell said that these are misdemeanor charges and they do not and cannot extradite for non-felonies. "If they are identified at the US-Canada border, they can be arrested on these charges and would be taken to the nearest federal magistrate judge for a hearing," Powell added. "We would encourage these men to return to the U.S. to deal with these charges and bring this situation to a close." *Feature Photo: Men on the Grand Prismatic Spring on May 14. Pitchengine Communities* #buckrail #reboot #news