Ten anti-war demonstrators have been arrested after locking themselves together with chains at the General Dynamics office in Burlington.
Police used bolt cutters to remove and arrest the protesters last night.
They were cited into court for criminal trespass and released.
The demonstrators were made up of University of Vermont students and older members of the community. They say they were protesting what they called “war profiteering” by General Dynamics, which makes weapons and other military products.