From out here in the cheap seats, the Occupy Cleveland movement, while adding a local voice to the big guttural shout of nation displeasure with the Way We Live Now, has also had its fair share of issues on the home front, from their struggles to get the proper permits to accusations of less-than kumbaya behavior in the tents. Last night, the local team took another bad PR hit when a protester tweeked out and was arrested by Cleveland police.
News Chanel 5 has the details on the arrested of Johnathan Bowen, a 24-year-old from Medina. He was allegedly sleeping under a table when he was approached by the cops. Bowen and others were informed the movement's permit doesn't allow for camping. The officers asked for everyone's name, and Bowen was tight lipped with the info.