Tampa, Florida -- A man staying at a makeshift protest camp near the Republican National Convention has been arrested and charged with armed battery on a fellow camper.
Tampa Police say 24-year old Dante M. Sea was charged with aggravated battery Tuesday after he hit 60-year old Eddie Thomas and broke Thomas' jaw.
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Police say Thomas was staying in a shed behind a military surplus store and Sea was sleeping in a tent on the same property.
Protesters have set up a makeshift camp they call "Romneyville" behind the store, near Interstate 275 and Ashley Drive.
Police say Sea took a piece of cardboard from Thomas' shed and that prompted the fight.
Earlier Tuesday, police broke up a scuffle between anti-GOP protesters and Kansas-based church members who often picket soldiers' funerals. No one was hurt and no arrests were made.
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