NBC 7 has obtained from San Diego Police Department (SDPD) a list of those arrested at the Donald Trump Rally held at the convention center last week.
A total of 33 people were arrested.
The original number reported was 35 but police say now one suspect used two different last names and another was referred to psychiatric services instead of being charged.
Twenty-eight were arrested on a misdemeanor charge of failure to disperse, two had warrants for their arrest, one faces misdemeanor assault and battery charges, and two resisting arrest charges.
The person facing assault and battery is the youngest among those arrested; just 16 years old.
A total of five juveniles were arrested at the rally.
The oldest is 62-year-old Thomas Wycinsky. He is charged with failing to disperse. The maximum penalty on such misdemeanor charges is up to six months in jail and up to a $2,000 fine.
Nearly half the arrests occurred in the Barrio Logan area.
The addresses of those arrested were not released. So it’s unclear whether they are local.