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Occupy Oakland marchers vandalize businesses
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Occupy Oakland protestors vandalized some businesses and financial institutions Sunday evening in a march down Franklin Street, according to Oakland police.
The march began around 7 p.m., and had already dispersed by around 8:30 p.m., according to Officer Cynthia Espinoza.
Espinoza said police were on scene, but it was unclear whether they ordered the dispersal. She did not know of any arrests.
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