2 jailed after protests at Flagler College
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – A clash between protestors and counter-protestors in the streets of downtown St. Augustine on Saturday landed two men in jail. The altercation that involved dueling groups centered around Flagler Board of Trustees member Mark Bailey. St. Augustine police deemed the protests unlawful and arrested two people. Even though the monument has already been moved, it was a continuing call by protestors for Bailey’s resignation. “I sincerely apologize to any individual that was the target of violence or any hateful and racist comments.”Flagler College has not publicly issued a statement regarding the protests, nor Mr. Bailey’s position on the board of trustees.