LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Two photographers suspected of loitering on city-owned property near Britney Spears' home were arrested Monday.
Alexandre Passos of Canoga Park and Eduardo Ravalha of Los Angeles, both 35 years old, were arrested around 6 p.m. Monday after being warned to leave an access road near Mulholland Drive and Coldwater Canyon Avenue, police spokeswoman April Harding said.
The road is near the exclusive gated neighborhood that Britney Spears and other celebrities, including Ed McMahon, call home.
Ravalha's car was also impounded, Harding said. The pair were released, she said.
They had been warned once about leaving the road but were still on it when officers returned about 45 minutes later, Harding said.
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