Denver police say they have returned some of the temporary homes that were confiscated after they were set up in a community garden by protesters.
A group called Denver Homeless Out Loud says about 10 people were arrested during protests on Saturday.
The Denver Post reports the community garden is owned by the Denver Housing Authority, which has plans to sell the property.
Police spokesman Tyrone Campbell says police gave the group several orders to disperse before making the arrests.
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