Police: About 14 Wall St. protesters arrested near NYSE

(AP) - Police say they've made about 14 arrests after a few hundred protesters left Zuccotti Park and marched to the area around the New York Stock Exchange.

Most of the arrests were in the area of Broadway and ExchangePlace.

Police say that includes protesters who sat or stood in the street, obstructing traffic.

They say others turned over trash baskets, knocked over a police scooter and hurled bottles.

Charges were pending. There are barricades and mounted police around the exchange. Protesters milled around aimlessly in the surrounding blocks.

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