HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Occupy Honolulu protestors who were evicted by the City Thursday morning are back at Thomas Square.
The City evicted protestors from the sidewalk, but many of them remain there. They're trying to skirt the City's new stored property law, which bans private belongings on public property.
The evicted campers received warning stickers on their tents 24 hours earlier, but they've come back with new belongings. They now face a new 24-hour deadline from when they received the new warning sticker.
Hawaii News Now's Ramsay Wharton is following the developing story.
We'll have more information on this story as it becomes available.