In the midst of protests and clashes on Saturday over the presidential election results, DC Police on Sunday released new information on 21 people.
Several thousand supporters of President Donald Trump protested the result and marched up to the Supreme Court, nightly clashes with counter protesters led to arrests, fights and at least one stabbing.
At least five people face gun charges, two alleged assaulted police officers and others cited aggravated assault, simple assault, disorderly conduct and property destruction, among other charges.
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A Georgia man and a woman were arrested after police found them openly carrying guns in the 1000 block of 11Th According to police reports, Street Northwest on Saturday afternoon. Joshua Kaushal, 28, and Samantha Fall, 33, face multiple weapons charges.
A short time later, four men from DC were arrested on I Street NW on charges of assaulting a man and stealing at a Trump supporter rally.
Bobby Small, 29, was charged with spreading violence and wielding dangerous weapons. Police said he had a knife. Dashawan Goz, 28, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, inciting violence and possessing a restricted weapon. Police said he was a Taser. Kenneth Wayne DeBerry, 39, was charged with abetment to violence, aggravated arson, aggravated assault and felony. Alexus Doris Owens, 24, was charged with inciting violence and simple assault.
Police are still searching for three other suspects involved in the attack.
At 5 pm, Frederick Brown, 25, of Northwest DC, drove to Peter Kohm, 54, of Staten Island, New York, in the 800 block of 15th Street NW and stole something from Koham, police said. . Then, Koh stopped Brown and hit him several times with a flag, according to police.
Both the persons were arrested. Kohm was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and Brown was charged with robbery.
Police said that as night fell, 26-year-old Javien Michael Dawson of Northeast was arrested for throwing firework at several people in the 1600 block of K Street NW. He was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon.
Video of the incident showed an explosion of fireworks near a group of Trump supporters who were in a restaurant.
Four people have “large-capacity ammunition feeders”, the Metropolitan Police Department figures, on “unrest-related arrests”.
Most of the arrests were in their 20s and 30s, but the group members were 15 years old and 54 years old. At least two women were among those arrested.
Fourteen of those arrested were addresses in DC, Maryland or Virginia; Six were from outside the area, and one person’s address was unknown. Information was not released on anyone’s possible affiliation.
DC Mayor Muriel Bowser’s office previously said police recovered seven guns and injured two officers during a Trump supporter rally. Information on the extent of his injuries was not released.