According to reports, Senator Tim Kaine’s son was arrested during and anti-Trump protest on suspicion of felony rioting.
NBC News Reported: Virginia Senator Tim Kaine’s son, Linwood Michael Kaine, was arrested during a “March 4 Trump” rally in Minnesota on suspicion of felony second-degree riot, according to a Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office arrest log. Linwood Kaine, 24, who also goes by “Woody,” was among five people taken into custody in St. Paul, Minnesota, on Saturday. Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to NBC News that Linwood Kaine was released from its custody on Monday morning.
According to the Pioneer Press, no charges have been filed against Linwood Kaine, or the others who were arrested, but the situation is being investigated. Minnesota State Patrol Lt. Tiffani Nielson told NBC News on Saturday that approximately 300 Trump supporters were rallying before the scuffle broke out. Nielson said approximately “50 anti-Trump protesters started a big fight in our rotunda area,” before the arrests were made.