Henrico prosecutor: Hanover man who drove into protest is admitted KKK leader - 2020-06-08

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F0.png Henrico prosecutor: Hanover man who drove into protest is admitted KKK leader June 8, 2020, Justin Mattingly, Richmond Times-Dispatch

The Hanover County man arrested Sunday for driving his truck into a crowd of protesters "is an admitted leader of the Ku Klux Klan and a propagandist for Confederate ideology," Henrico County's top prosecutor said Monday.

Harry H. Rogers, 36, has been charged with attempted malicious wounding, felony vandalism, and assault and battery. He is being held without bond.

In her statement, Henrico Commonwealth's Attorney Shannon Taylor said Rogers was driving recklessly down Lakeside Avenue in the median on Sunday, drove up to protesters, revved his engine and drove through the crowd. One person was evaluated for injuries.

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