The 20-year-old from Antioch was arrested in an attack on an occupant Sunday morning.
The activist was booked at Santa Rita Jail but released Friday evening, and the $85,000 bail was dismissed.
UC Berkeley had long planned to begin construction at the park this summer, but has been blocked repeatedly by lawsuits and activists.
Tear gas was banned in Berkeley in summer 2020 during nationwide protests over police brutality.
Construction crews arrived early Wednesday morning and protests began immediately after.
The judge’s decision will become official on Monday, and the park is still under a stay order for now.
Two Berkeley neighborhood groups filed the lawsuit last summer.
UC Berkeley and the city funded the amenities hub in ongoing efforts to clear People’s Park and make way for construction of student housing.
There is a humanitarian crisis on our streets. I deeply believe that the best way to honor the legacy of People’s Park is to invest in the resources necessary to turn the tide on that crisis.
People are moving into temporary housing as UC Berkeley prepares to build student housing at the park this summer.
Cal should build student housing on a less historically-significant site like the nearby Ellsworth garage.
Preservationists are hoping the listing might persuade UC Berkeley to build housing elsewhere but Cal says it won’t.