MILAN, N.M. (KRQE) - Police moved in on a private jail in Cibola County Wednesday after a disturbance responding to what is being called a protest.
Aerial video from Sky News 13 shows several hundred inmates standing around in the recreation yard with officers from multiple agencies surrounding the Cibola County Correctional Center.
It's not yet known what's behind the incident at the Corrections Corporation of America facility in Milan, which houses minimum-security federal prisoners.
The Cibola County Sheriff's Department reports the inmates are not complying with orders, but at this point the protest, as they are calling it, has not turned violent.
CCA has not responded to a request for comment from KRQE News 13.
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