SoCal Street Cart Vendors Hurting After Occupy Group Splatters Blood, Urine SAN DIEGO (CBS) A pair of Southland street cart vendors who were forced to shut down their businesses after Occupy protesters vandalized their carts are hoping to get some help from local residents. -- Coffee cart owner Linda Jenson and hot dog cart operators Letty and Pete Soto said they initially provided free food and drink to demonstrators, but when they stopped, the protesters became violent. And according to one city councilman, bodily fluids were used in the attacks. Both carts have had items stolen, have had their covers vandalized with markings and graffiti, as well as one of the carts had urine and blood splattered on it, said Councilman Carl DeMaio. -- In addition to the attacks, the vendors also said they recently received death threats.