NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Police chief Ronal Serpas says most protesters at the Occupy New Orleans camp are leaving peacefully after officers formed around the park and began telling people encamped there they were violating the law.Speaking at a news briefing early Tuesday, Serpas said there've been no signs of violence so far. While most are leaving, Serpas says a small group is staying behind. He gave no details on how police would deal with those who are staying.The move comes ahead of a hearing Tuesday during which a federal judge was to consider a request by protesters to issue a temporary restraining order blocking the city from evicting them and an injunction that would allow them to continue their around-the-clock occupation of Duncan Plaza.