Oakland Occupy March Ends In Vandalism, 1 Arrest

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A building and a car were vandalized during a Fourth of July Occupy Oakland march, Oakland police said.

The march through downtown Oakland started at about 8 p.m. at Frank Ogawa Plaza and proceeded past the Wiley Manuel Courthouse and Oakland police headquarters on Seventh Street.

Protesters posted pictures of graffiti on an Oakland police car and on the police building. Police confirmed that the vandalism occurred on that block, but not that police property was the target.

No arrests were made in connection with the vandalism, but protesters said one demonstrator was arrested later that night at Frank Ogawa Plaza while operating a sound system there.

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