31 individuals from the fanatic Patriot Front gathering were captured Saturday outside a Pride occasion in Idaho.

  A concerned resident called police after they saw men who "seemed to be a little armed force" stacking into a U-Haul.

 The men, who had safeguards and a smoke projectile, were accused of wrongdoing intrigue to revolt.

Police in Idaho captured 31 individuals from the radical Patriot Front gathering Saturday outside a Pride occasion after a concerned resident

 detailed covered men who "seemed as though a little armed force" were stacking riot gear into a U-Haul.

"They were all wearing comparable clothing. They had safeguards, shin protectors, and other mob gear with them, including something like one smoke projectile,"

 Coeur d'Alene Police Chief Lee White said in a question and answer session.

 Coeur d'Alene Police Chief Lee White said in a question and answer session.

The men wore badges for Patriot Front, portrayed by the Southern Poverty Law Center as "a white patriot disdain bunch that framed in the outcome of the lethal

 'Join the Right' rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, of August 12, 2017." White said the police office got data more than a few days demonstrating disdain gatherings would be in participation

during the Pride in the Park occasion facilitated by the North Idaho Pride Alliance. An expanded presence of formally dressed officials was ready accordingly.