ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Police say one armed man showed up for a planned white supremacist rally in downtown Albuquerque.
Police spokesman Gilbert Gallegos Jr. says police had prepared Sunday for the possibility of a huge turnout but it never materialized.
Authorities say an armed man, accompanied by two women and two children, nearly came to blows with a few hundred counter-protesters at Civic Plaza.
Gallegos says officers moved all five into the Albuquerque Convention Center to defuse the situation.
No arrests were made but police issued a court summons to the armed man on one charge of child endangerment.
Gallegos says officers also responded to a fight in Civic Plaza. One person was injured but declined medical treatment or to press charges.
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