A closed Sod House Lane, about 4 miles outside of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Oregon, displays an electronic sign warning of arrest, Thursday morning, Feb. 11, 2016, near Burns, Ore. The last four armed occupiers of the national wildlife refuge in eastern Oregon said they would turn themselves in Thursday morning, after law officers surrounded them in a tense standoff.  (AP Photo/Rebecca Boone)

Last Oregon refuge occupier says he surrenders

The last occupier of the Oregon wildlife refuge says he turned himself in to authorities a couple of hours after three others walked out.

This Oct. 1, 2014, file photo provided by the Cleveland County, Okla., Sheriff's Department shows Alton Nolen, who has been charged in the Sept. 25, 2014, beheading death of his co-worker, Colleen Hufford, at a food processing plant in Moore, Okla. An Oklahoma judge will convene a non-jury trial scheduled to begin Monday, Oct. 26, 2015, to determine whether Nolen is mentally competent to be tried for first-degree murder.  (Cleveland County Sheriff's Department via AP, File)

Arraignment set for Oklahoma man in co-worker’s beheading

A man charged with beheading a co-worker with a butcher knife at an Oklahoma food processing plant is scheduled to formally enter a plea to …

David Fry (left) and Sean Anderson, Sandy Anderson are 3 of the 4 militants remaining at the Malheur refuge. (YouTube/Facebook)

Malheur Refuge occupiers say they will surrender Thursday morning

The FBI surrounded the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge on Wednesday as they continued negotiations with 4 remaining occupiers.