The tents outside old City Hall in Charlotte are gone, but a few occupy protesters remain on a chilly Tuesday morning.
Police have arrived for the second straight day to wake up protesters that remained in the camp overnight. A city work truck showed up at the scene around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday in what appears to be a cleanup effort.
On Monday, police marched from police headquarters, which is across the street from the occupy camp, and removed tents that were used as camp sites for the protesters.
Those who refused to get out of a tent were arrested. Some were even picked up and carried away by officers.
In all, seven people were arrested and charged with misdemeanors.