New York City police, some in riot gear, moved in on the heart of the anti-Wall Street protests, Zuccotti Park early Tuesday. Dozens were arrested as NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg ordered the Lower Manhattan park cleared and cleaned due to health and safety concerns.
Now, a NYC Judge has ruled that the protesters can return to the park, but without tents, sleeping bags and other overnight gear. The ruling states the demonstrators First Amendment rights don't entitle them to camp out indefinitely, but they are still allowed to peacefully assemble to protest.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports from lower Manhattan:
Listen to the sounds of the clashes between protesters and police as the park was being cleared HERE:
WATCH video of the clearing of Zuccotti Park HERE:
New York City isn't the only place cracking down on the "Occupy" protests.
WATCH an update on what's going on at protests around the nation HERE:
See FOX News PHOTOS of an empty Zuccotti Park, as well as Duarte Park (where the protesters moved) HERE: