Four tree sitters arrested in Arcadia

tree-sitters-ktla.jpgFour protesters who tried unsuccessfully to block destruction of dozens of trees in the Arcadia Woodlands for a sediment-dumping project were arrested for trespassing this evening. One of the activists arrested was John Quigley, who gained notoriety several years ago for sitting in an oak tree trying to prevent its removal in Stevenson Ranch. KTLA, Arcadia Patch, SGV Tribune


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