Colette Divine and Paul were booked on suspicion of failing to obey an officer, according to police.
The two were among dozens of electric car supporters holding an around-the-clock vigil outside a General Motors (GM) center in Burbank, California, where more than 70 EV1 electric cars had been stored en route to a recycling plant in Mesa, Arizona, where they were to be destroyed.
A total of 28 of the discontinued cars were eventually sent on their way to Arizona, where they will be crushed.
Bosses at GM have declined the group's offer to pay a total of $1.9 million for the vehicles, which protestors argue are good for the environment and will help make America less dependent on Middle East oil.
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