Police announced the first arrest in the assassination of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme. The suspect's attorneys said the man had been "at and around" the scene when Palme was shot on a Stockholm street Feb. 28 and bore a "certain resemblance" to a composite portrait of the man thought to be the killer. The attorneys described the unidentified suspect, 35, as an anti-Communist Swede with no record of criminal acts or violence. Attorney Henning Sjostrom said the man had a "negative political attitude toward Palme," but he added that many Swedes share that feeling. The suspect was picked up Wednesday night after a search of his home.