PALM BAY, FLA -- Investigators in central Florida say they are still searching for a twelfth suspect in a round-up of people suspected of being part of a White Supremacist organization.
Ten central Florida residents, and a resident of Washington County in the Panhandle, have been arrested over the course of more than a week.
Suspect number 12, identified in court documents as Dylan Rettenmaier, is reportedly a resident of the Palm Bay area.
All are members of a Florida chapter of an organization called the American Front, and the arrests come as a result of a 2-year investigation, according to law enforcement authorities.
Authorities have said they will release detailed information about the charges as soon as they've arrested the last person on their list; but for now the charges are being described as conspiracy and hate crimes.
Investigators also accuse the suspects of paramilitary training, with that charge construed to mean teaching other people to assemble and use firearms.
According to court records, the final suspect being sought has two prior convictions on charges of disorderly conduct.