The October 6 march was directed at the Bank of America branch at First and Figureoa in Downtown Los Angeles. Apparently, those who occupied the lobby were planning on being arrested and were accompanied by attorneys affiliated with their group, Make Banks Pay. Eleven people were arrested, none of them a part of the Occupy Los Angeles group. It is likely that the assembly of police in riot gear earlier in the day was in anticipation of the march and the arrests that police probably knew were planned before the march took place.
Another peaceful demonstration took place at approximately 9 a.m. on October 7, many of the marchers displaying signs of protests regarding the war in Afghanistan and other issues pertaining to the military. This protest was organized by an unknown group, most of whom appeared to be people who arrived for that march from elsewhere.
As a point of clarification to several inaccurate twitter posts, No members of Occupy Los Angeles were arrested.
More financial district protests are planned later this week.