The youngest son of Virginia senator and former Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine was among five people arrested Saturday after police said they disrupted a pro-Donald Trump rally in St. Paul, Minnesota.
CBS affiliate WTVR reports that Linwood Michael Kaine, 24, was arrested on suspicion of second-degree rioting.
No charges were filed against Kaine or the other protesters who were detained due to “insufficient facts to prove felony-level riot,” according to the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office.
Kaine was among the protesters who clashed with supporters of Mr. Trump outside the Minnesota State Capitol. The group disrupted the rally with air horns, whistles, chants, and a smoke bomb, according to the Pioneer Press.