Men arrested in connection to neo-Nazi rally to face judge on Monday

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — Two men are scheduled to stand before a judge for the first time after they were arrested in connection to a neo-Nazi rally in Waterford Lakes.


They are being held in the Brevard County Jail until they can be moved to Orange County.

Video of a neo-Nazi protest in the Waterford Lakes area landed three Central Florida men behind bars.

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Deputies said the three members of a neo-Nazi group are accused of punching, pepper spraying and stealing from a Jewish man.

Joshua Terrell and Jason Brown are due in court in Brevard County on Monday.

Terrell is charged with battery with a hate crime enhancement.

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Brown is facing a grand theft charge after deputies said he took the victim’s phone during the attack and threw it in a drain.

Deputies said the men belong to the national socialist movement.

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Channel 9 will monitor Terrell and Brown’s court appearances.

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