Update 10:40 p.m.: UNC Media Relations sent an update about Saturday's events at 9:52 p.m. on Saturday.
Eight of the 11 arrests were made by UNC Police and the three warrants were also served by UNC Police. None of the 11 individuals are affiliated with the University, according to the statement.
Ian Broadhead was arrested on Monday for concealing one's face during public rally and resisting arrest.
Following Monday's events, three warrants were filed in Hillsborough on Thursday, and Jonathan Fuller, Lauren Auction and Raul Arce were arrested on Saturday for "misdemeanor riot" and "misdemeanor defacing of a public monument." The update adds that the investigation is still in progress, and additional arrests may take place.
Seven individuals were arrested on Saturday in connection to the rally on McCorkle Place. Danielle Shochet and Barry Brown were arrested for simple assault. John Quick was arrested for assault. Kristin Emory was arrested for resisting arrest. Alexander Joustra and Lillian Laura Price were arrested for injury/damage to property. Thomas Bruefach was arrested for resisting arrest and causing/inciting a public disturbance, the statement says.
In less than a week, there have been 11 arrests connected to the toppling of Silent Sam. One arrest was made Monday night, and seven were made Saturday during a rally of approximately 100 demonstrators. Three warrants have also been issued as a result of Monday night’s events, Chancellor Carol Folt said in a conference call with reporters.
"As of 12:45 p.m. today, there have been seven arrests in connection to a gathering on McCorkle Place. Three arrests were for assault, the fourth for destruction of property and the fifth arrest for resisting an officer," said Carly Miller, media relations manager for University Communications, in a statement. "The sixth arrest was for assault, destruction of property and inciting a riot. We are awaiting information on charges for the seventh arrest."