Protesters arrested at Greenway Occupy Boston campers had been warned to leave area ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Occupy Boston protesters linked arms before arrests were made by the Boston Police at the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Parkway earlier this morning. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Daniel Linsky of the Boston Police ordered the protesters to vacate the park or face arrest. Police Superintendent William Evans gave the crowd two minutes to disperse from the park, warning that they would be locked up if they did not comply. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff At 1:20 a.m., the first riot police officers lined up on Atlantic Avenue. Minutes later, dozens of sheriff vans and police wagons arrived and over 200 officers in uniforms and riot gear surrounded the Greenway. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Boston Police broke down the tent city as Occupy Boston protesters continued their protest. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Boston police moved in and began arresting scores of Occupy Boston protesters who refused to leave. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff The crowd of protesters, energized by the sudden appearance of the Boston and Transit police officers, chanted, ‘‘The people united will never be defeated,’’ “This is a peaceful protest,” and “the whole world is watching.” Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Police arrested a female Occupy Boston protester. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Many of the protesters retreated from the Greenway to Dewey Square when the police arrived. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Boston Police officers formed a human wall around the park after arresting about 100 Occupy Boston protesters. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff City workers erected barricades surrounding the park after the protesters were cleared out. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Tufts University junior Anne Wolfe awoke from her tent this morning after Boston Police made more than 100 arrests earlier today. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff The signage from Occupy Boston protestors were still evident after more than 100 protesters were arrested early this morning.