Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan was among 19 people arrested during an anti-Wall Street demonstration in California's capital of Sacramento, that's according to Police.
The Sacramento Bee reports that Sheehan was booked Sunday on suspicion of unlawful assembly and failing to follow police orders to disburse.
According to a Police spokesperson, in addition to Sheehan, 18 others where arrested for unlawful assembly.
Reports show a total of 58 arrests have been made at the park across for City Hall since October 6.
You may recall the name Cindy Sheehan as the anti-War activist who camped outside President George W. Bush's Texas ranch. Sheehan's son, Casey Sheehan, was killed fighting in Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2004.
The Sacramento Bee contributed to this story.