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Cobb and Dutton Await Formal Charges in Mercer County Jail

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Two notorious white supremacists are arrested and awaiting formal charges in jail this weekend.

One day after Craig Cobb and Kynan Dutton are arrested for terrorizing in the town of Leith, mmugshots from when they were taken into custody are released.

According to the Grant County Sheriff's Department, Craig Cobb and Kynan Dutton were arrested for terrorizing.

Images posted on www.leithnd.com show the two men carrying weapons, and being apprehended Saturday afternoon.

Cobb and Dutton are now being held at the Mercer County jail because there is no jail in Grant County where the town of Leith is located.

Formal charges against the two men are pending.

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