LOS ANGELES (AP) – The authorities say they arrested a fourth member of a white supremacist group on charges of raiding violence in California protests and last year’s lethal riot in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The FBI said in a Tweet on Sunday, 38-year-old Aaron Eason handed himself. He has a first look on Monday.
Aaron Eason, 38, is required to travel to incentives or attend riots.
Prosecutors say the group’s leaders and two other members were arrested last week.
All four are required to travel to invite or attend riots. Rise above movement leader Robert Rundo, Robert Boman and Tyler Laube were denied every time the castle in the Los Angeles Federal Court on Wednesday.
Lawyer information for the accused could not be found immediately.
The recent arrests come only a few weeks after the allegations of four other California members of RAM to claim calling the Virginia rally.