Four men have been charged after being arrested during an immigration march.
All will appear in court later this month after taking part in the demonstration on Saturday.
They were arrested while participating in the march on the seafront and on Snargate Street in Dover, in protest against illegal immigration.
David Shannon, 30, of Seaview Road, Gillingham, has since been charged with willfully obstructing a freeway.
Jordan Ellis, 28, of Second Avenue in Dursley, Gloucestershire, has been charged with willfully obstructing a freeway and resisting a police officer in the line of duty.
Steven Tipple, 42, of Boswell Drive, Coventry, has been accused of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior with the intent to raise fear of violence.
George Jenson, 31, of Amherst Drive, Orpington, has been charged with assaulting an emergency worker and using threatening or abusive words or behavior that could cause harassment, alarm or distress.
Shannon, Ellis and Tipple were all released on bail to appear in Folkestone Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday June 30.
Jenson appeared there yesterday and was released on bail to appear in Margate Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, June 24.
Police estimated that around 60 people took part in the rally, which was announced on the Pembrokeshire Patriot Facebook page.
A spokesperson said: “Police in Kent were on hand to ensure the protest remained peaceful and that any disruption to the community and local businesses was minimized.”
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