PORTLAND -- Police are warning Occupy Portland protesters planning to camp in a city park that overnight stays won't be allowed.
A spokesman for the group says about two dozen protesters will decide the site of the next encampment on Saturday then march to the site from downtown Portland. He says within two weeks, the camp will move elsewhere in the city.
Protesters were evicted from their previous encampment by the city on Nov. 13 amid concerns about drug use, violence and safety.
Occupy Portland says it will try to avoid "evictable concerns," but Portland police spokesman Pete Simpson said erecting any structures violates park rules and could lead police to remove protesters.
Even if Occupy Portland doesn't put up structures, protesters will face a midnight curfew to leave any city park.
Itemized list: Repairs at Occupy Portland parks