September 26, 2019
| Updated on September 26, 2019 at 8:28 pm
Mayor Kirk Caldwell said Thursday that he respects First Amendment rights after 28 demonstrators were arrested at Waimanalo Beach Park.
Honolulu police arrested 28 protesters outside of Sherwood Forest at Waimanalo Beach Park this morning.
Supporters chant behind the fence as protestors are arrested today at Waimanalo Beach Park.
After more than an hour of peacefully demonstrating, 28 protesters, who had been sitting in the road blocking construction vehicles and police from entering Waimanalo Beach Park, were arrested this morning.
Honolulu police use zip ties to restrain protestors today at Waimanalo Beach Park, before searching them and placing them in a police van for transport to the cell block.
Police officers surround protesters this morning at Waimanalo Beach Park as the demonstrators sit on the road.
Honolulu police escort an elderly protestor away from the group before arresting him.
Police officers find a chair for this elderly protestor to sit on before placing him into a police van.
Honolulu police officers search a protestor during her arrest today at Waimanalo Beach Park.
Honolulu police remove protesters outside of Sherwood Forest at Waimanalo Beach Park this morning.
A protestor is arrested today at Waiamanalo Beach Park.