Three people were arrested Saturday as part of the ongoing Occupy Phoenix protest.
Sgt. Trent Crump, a spokesman for the Phoenix Police Department, said two people were arrested at Cesar Chavez Plaza in downtown Phoenix for breaking urban camping laws. One person was arrested on a felony warrant.
Crump said camping on city property is a violation of Phoenix code.
He said the protests have netted more than 50 arrests since Occupy Phoenix began three weeks ago.
The initial demonstration on Oct. 15 drew more than 1,000 people to Cesar Chavez Plaza. The day-long protest lasted into the night, concluding with a march to Margaret T. Hance Park.
The Phoenix protest, as well as a number of demonstrations throughout the country, was inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement, a reaction to what has been described as a growing disillusionment with politics and corporate America.