Boca Raton Police Arrest Six Occupy Protestors

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Boca Raton Police say that six protestors have been arrested in protests outside a financial conference taking place at the Boca Resort. 31 year old Ana Isabel Rodriguez, 27 year old Kevin Kiernan Young, and 24 year old Don Emory Carter were arrested for lying down in the middle of the Camino Bridg at 600 E. Camino Real. Lynne Jaclyn Purvis, 32, and Mathew Rueven Daiagi, 24, were both arrested for creating a disturbance at the hotel. We have learned there was an additional arrest of a protestor who was wanted on warrant from another part of the state. No name or photo available.

Kevin Kiernan Young | PBSO Booking Photo

Don Emory Carter | PBSO Booking Photo

Ana Isabel Rodriguez | PBSO Booking Photo

Lynne Jaclyn Purvis | PBSO Booking Photo

Mathew Reuven Daiagi | PBSO Booking Photo

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