Two anti-war protesters arrested on trespassing charges

CLEVELAND - Police arrested two men in the Cleveland suburb of Lakewood who were protesting the Iraq war on charges of trespassing in a military recruitment office.

The protest was one of many across the globe Sunday, the third anniversary of the war in Iraq.

Two 25-year-old Cleveland residents, Joe Mueller and Chris Knestrick, walked into an unlocked recruitment center to wait for staff members to return. They were arrested when they refused to leave.

Mueller and Knestrick each posted $124 in cash and were released. They are scheduled to appear in court Tuesday.

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