Tampa police arrested four protestors at the Florida State Fair on Sunday.
It started as a "Black Lives Matter" protest, the group of demonstrators gathering to call attention to the life of Andrew Joseph III.
Joseph died in 2014 as he tried to cross I-4 on foot after he was kicked out of the state fair.
The teen was one of more than 100 young people ejected from the fair after deputies said a stampede of teenagers rushed through the midway.
Deputies tell us most of the protestors who were asked to leave the fair Sunday complied, but a few refused to listen.
"The majority of the group did disassemble, only 4 members of the group remained, however, they did chain themselves together and sat down on the pavement," said Col. J.R. Burton with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.
According to deputies, the four protestors have been charged with trespassing after a warning which is a misdemeanor.
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