A Toronto man is facing charges after what Peterborough police call a “large-scale rally” held in Peterborough Sept. 30.
Hundreds of people gathered in the area of Confederation Square in response to an anti-immigration demonstration.
Police arrested the man and then released him unconditionally. Later, officers determined the suspect had given police a false name.
On Oct. 5, police arrested William October, 22, of Richmond Street West, Toronto, on charges of assault and obstructing a peace officer.
He is scheduled in Peterborough court on Oct. 26.