(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) -- Police arrested 36 protesters during a demonstration in downtown Little Rock on Monday.
Up to 100 participants with the national disability rights group ADAPT arrived at the Victory Building on W. Capitol Street around 2:30 p.m., requesting to attend a meeting inside the facility.
"Those conducting the meeting asked that the demonstrators leave the property," police said in a statement.
Dozens refused to vacate and were charged with criminal trespassing. Officials used up to four buses from Central Arkansas Transit to transport the protesters to a nearby area.
The 36 individuals were issued citations and released. No injuries were reported.
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