Last week, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s supporters who wanted to attend his rally in San Jose, California, were attacked by a mob, with many suffering injuries.
On Wednesday, three of the perpetrators were arrested by San Jose police. All were teens. Because of their ages, none was identified by name.
Police also issued an alert Wednesday for a fourth juvenile suspect who, like the other three, they had identified after searching through video of the June 2 rally.
An additional alert was issued Thursday.
The San Jose Police Department, in a press release, said charges were filed as follows:
A 16-year-old was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon, a felony, after a Trump supporter in a yellow shirt was “walking on the sidewalk and struck from behind with a blunt object.”