ANAHEIM, Calif. – The Latest on the stabbings at a Ku Klux Klan gathering in Southern California Saturday (all times local):
Authorities say 13 people are in custody following a violent altercation that left three people stabbed at a Ku Klux Klan gathering in Southern California.
A spokesman with the Anaheim Police Department says six of those arrested are Klan supporters and seven counter-protesters.
All three people who were stabbed are believed to be counter-protesters. One person is in critical condition.
Sgt. Daron Wyatt says a Klan member was stomped on by counter-protesters during another altercation.
The KKK has a long history in Southern California, with Klansmen holding elected office in Anaheim in the 1920s.
Police say two people have been stabbed at a Ku Klux Klan gathering in Southern California.
Sgt. Daron Wyatt with the Anaheim Police Department tells The Associated Press two people who were part of a counter-protest at a KKK gathering Saturday afternoon in Anaheim were stabbed in separate incidents.
One person is in custody in one of the stabbings.
Wyatt says a Klan member was stomped on by counter-protesters during another altercation. Three people have been detained.
No information on any of victims' conditions was immediately available.
Authorities say the investigation is ongoing.