Thursday morning, an Occupy protester helped bring down the suspect wanted in Sunday's stabbing assault at the rebuilt 101 Market camp. According to the Examiner, Occupier Nick Shaw recognized the man, known around the camp simply as "Chris", when he returned to the camp yesterday morning.

Presumably because the actual cops wouldn't dream of going near the latest pop-up camp, Shaw chased down the suspect himself, put him in a headlock and held him down until a fellow protester at the scene could alert the guards from the Federal Reserve. (One of the many things the Occupy movement has been protesting since October.) As the 32-year-old Shaw told the Examiner, “Everybody’s accepted as part of the 99 percent, but if you’re here to harm, or steal from or in any other way give disrepute to Occupy, then we will police ourselves."

Previously: Wave of Knife Crime Strikes Market Street At Revived Occupy Camp, a Second Stabbing at Occupy SF