Nazi March

By: AP
By: AP

Some of those arrested in this weekend's violent protest in Toledo, Ohio, are appearing in court Monday.

A Municipal Court judge set bond at $10,000 for defendants accused of aggravated riot.

A woman whose two sons face felony charges says "they weren't thinking."

Police made 114 arrests on Saturday after a mob grew angry over plans by a white supremacist group to march. Residents were upset that city leaders would let white supremacists walk through a predominantly black neighborhood and shout insults.

The mayor said members of the National Socialist Movement have the right to walk on city streets. However, the march was canceled after rioting broke out.

One man who lives near a bar that was destroyed says supremacists don't have the right to bring hate to his front yard. But a woman said it was too bad people couldn't just ignore them.

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