RIVERSIDE (CBS) — Police say 11 “Occupy Riverside” protesters were arrested Sunday afternoon after refusing to move their tents off Main street.

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After allegedly refusing to comply with the order, the eleven were charged with assault with a deadly weapon, assault on a police officer, and resisting arrest, according to John Carpenter of the Riverside Police Department.

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CBS2’s Ann Sterling, reporting from the Riverside County Jail where protesters moved their noisy demonstration, said they vowed to stay their ground until all eleven were released.

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Many protesters told Sterling police, in their words, “were aggressive.”