By Dominique Debucquoy Dodley
and Jesse Solomon
updated 12:11 AM EST, Sun December 18, 2011
New York (CNN)
-- New York police arrested 50 protesters Saturday on what organizers from Occupy Wall Street were dubbing a day to "re-occupy," coinciding with the movement's three-month anniversary.
Those arrested were charged with trespassing after they attempted to scale a fence belonging to a church in lower Manhattan, NYPD Deputy Commissioner Paul Browne said.
Browne added that the arrests "may have stymied plans to cut through the fence on multiple sides."