VIDEO of several people arrested at Nashville vigil for Charlottesville
UPDATE: Four people were arrested at Sounds Stadium late Friday night, according to police. All were charged with disorderly conduct. One of those individuals was also charged with simple possession.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A vigil is held in Nashville for the Charlottesville victims tonight.
Dozens of people showed up for a vigil at Bicentennial Mall at 9 p.m. on Saturday night, which made it's way in front of First Tennessee Park, where the tone changed. Multiple vocal protesters were taken into custody by Metro Nashville police who became concerned by the disruption.
The vigil was organized by The Independent Progressive. The group focuses on a true progressive agenda for Tennesseans & beyond, according to their Twitter page.