12th suspect arrested in alleged white supremacist group

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Dylan Rettenmaier - Charges dropped

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. - Detectives have made a 12th arrest in connection with a suspected white supremacist group out of Osceola County.

Dylan Rettenmaier, 25, was taken to the Brevard County jail at about 9:30 p.m. on Monday.

He was taken into custody at a gas station in Melbourne.

Records show Rettenmaier has two prior convictions for disorderly conduct and several other arrests.

Marcus Faella, 39, Patricia Faella, 36, Paul Willard Jackson, 25, Kent Ryan McLellan, 22, Diane Stephanie Stevens, 28, Mark McGowan Jr., 29, and Jennifer McGowan, 25, were arrested last week, all charged with hate crimes.

Three others were arrested shortly after, including Richard Adam Stockdale, 23, Dustin Ryan Perry, 20, Verlin Lewis and Christopher John Brooks, 26.

The group is accused of being part of the American Front, which is a hate group.

Investigators said the group was training at a rural property in St. Cloud, and was planning a race war.