A popular site of the Occupy movement could be facing eviction. Occupy protesters in Washington D.C. facing a camping ban at a site where demonstrations have been going on for months.
FOX News Radio's Jared Halpern reports from McPherson Square in Washington:
A no camping ban is now in effect here at McPherson Square more than 100 days after occupiers first started a non-stop demonstration here.
Police presence has been small and brief so far, but the new rules are sparking new energy.
Protesters pitching a huge blue tarp they call a 'Tent of Dreams', over a statue of General James McPherson in the center of this park. It's also drawing a lot of attention from onlookers, adding to the crowd here.
In Washington, Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio
In Oakland, turbulent protests took place over the weekend breaking a lull in recent weeks. The protests between "occupy" protesters and police led to more than 400 arrests.
Oakland's Mayor Jean Quan saying she wants a court order to keep "occupy" protesters who have been arrested several times out of Oakland saying the demonstations have cost the financially troubled city about five million dollars.
FOX News Radio's Courtney Kealy reports:
As the protesters were released from jail after this weekend's arrests, Oakland Police are vowing to continue to throw more protesters in jail if they resort to violence.
(Protester)"I feel good about you know being arrested. I think the charges are nonsense I don't think they're going to hold up at all."
Charges ranged from failing to disperse, to incitement, with many protesters receiving citations to appear in court at the end of February.
Courtney Kealy, FOX News Radio.