James Fields. According to the Toledo Blade, Fields, 20, told his mother, Samantha Bloom, he was planning to attend the rally, but she had thought it was a Trump rally. According to CNN, Fields displayed extreme beliefs backing Nazism and white supremacy. He is being held without bail and will be arraigned today (Read More on Fields).
Two more deaths in a helicopter crash. Lt. H. Jay Cullen and Trooper-Pilot Burke M. M. Bates died in a helicopter crash Saturday near a golf course after flying above protesters and counter-protesters. They had been assisting public safety resources for the ongoing events when an unknown cause made them crash. The incident is under investigation (Read More).
Governor responds. Gov. Terry McAuliffe responded to the right-wing groups involved, saying, "Go home ... You are not wanted in this great commonwealth. Shame on you." The governor condemned the violence that took place but said he was glad there was no property damage. He said he will take action on future events.
The statue involved. One reason that the rally was held was to protest the removal of the statue of Robert E. Lee in the town, believing that it was the removal of heritage and history. The statue has not moved due to court cases on whether it can be moved according to the New York Times.
White House response. President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and many senators condemned the actions that happened during the weekend, but Trump received criticism for not specifically condemning white supremacy. Trump is expected to speak more today on the events that took place.