The University of California is willing to cease pursuing criminal prosecution against protesters who have been occupying Gill Tract in Albany, if they leave by 10 a.m. on Saturday.
Police have sealed off a patch of University of California, Berkeley land that has been occupied by protesters for nearly three weeks.
Police have arrived at a plot of University of California-owned land in Albany that has been “occupied” by protesters for the past two and a half weeks.
University of California, Berkeley officials said they’re prepared to take legal action if Occupy activists refuse to leave school-owned land where they have pitched tents and planted crops.
Occupy activists who set up an encampment and planted crops on land owned by the University of California, Berkeley said they will only leave if officials meet certain demands.
Occupy activists who broke locks and set up an encampment on University of California, Berkeley agricultural research land in Albany have refused to leave.
Occupy Cal protesters have set up seven tents on Sproul Plaza on the University of California at Berkeley campus, according to a spokesman for the group.
Police were clearing tents from a new Occupy Oakland encampment at a vacant lot in West Oakland Wednesday evening and appeared to be detaining protesters and issuing citations.
The latest encampment sprang up in a vacant lot in west Oakland on Tuesday. It has more than a dozen tents.
About seven tents remain at the Occupy Berkeley encampment in Civic Center Park Thursday evening, according to a spokesman for Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates.