A sorority girl, a volunteer medic and a newspaper employee are among the 13 protesters who were arrested during clashes with police in Pennsylvania.
The bevy of protesters were taken into custody on Monday in Lancaster and slapped with a slew of misdemeanor charges including arson, riot, vandalism and criminal conspiracy.
A judge set bail for nine of the defendants at an astonishing $1million, including 20-year-old Kathryn Patterson, a Kappa Delta sorority sister at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster.
A GoFundMe campaign raising money to help Patterson post bail describes her as an 'ally' of Black Student Union at her school, which charges nearly $60,000-a-year for tuition.
Another campaign was set up for fellow defendant Taylor Enterline, 20, whose family said she has been working as a volunteer medic at the protests, 'running around and helping those that were hurt and or tear gassed'.
LancasterOnline identified defendant Matthew Modderman, 31, as an account services representative in the newspaper's Client Solutions Department.
Kathryn Patterson (pictured), a 20-year-old Kappa Delta sorority sister at Franklin and Marshall College, was among the 13 protesters arrested on Monday following clashes with police in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, following a fatal officer-involved shooting
Taylor Enterline, 20, (pictured) was also arrested after her family said she was working as a volunteer medic at a protest on Sunday
A judge set bond for Patterson (left), Enterline (right) and seven other defendants at $1million. The defendants are facing a slew of charges including arson, rioting and vandalism
Ten other people who ranged in age from 16 to 43 were also arrested on Monday morning in connection with protests over the fatal police shooting of Ricardo Munoz on Sunday.
Police said the protests devolved into rioting that damaged Lancaster's police headquarters and produced an arson fire that blocked a downtown intersection.
LancasterOnline identified defendant Matthew Modderman, 31, (pictured) as an account services representative in the newspaper's Client Solutions Department
The other adults charged were Jamal Shariff Newman, 24; Barry Jones, 30; Frank Gaston, 43; Yoshua Dwayne Montague, 23; Talia Gessner, 18; T-Jay Fry, 28; Dylan Davis, 28; Jessica Marie Lopez, 32; and Lee Alexander Wise, 29.
Among the eight for whom charging documents were available, not all face identical charges, accusations that include arson, rioting and institutional vandalism.
One has been charged with carrying a concealed weapon without a permit.
A 16-year-old boy, who was not named, has been charged with riot, disorderly conduct, possession of instruments of crime, possession of a small amount of marijuana, propulsion of missiles onto a roadway and institutional vandalism.
Patterson's father Chip spoke out about her arrest on Tuesday, calling her $1million bail 'obscene' and saying that she had been acting as a medic as she has at other protests in the recent past.
'Everything that I know so far, which is not a lot, indicates that Kat is not guilty of those charges. But then again, we'll have to wait and see,' Chip said.
He said he has not been able to reach his daughter since her arrest.
'I cannot tell you how long this night has been,' he said.
'I think regardless of what these people did or didn't do, the bail amount is just outrageous and clearly against the Eighth Amendment,' which addresses bail.
Patterson grew up in the tiny town of Mercersburg, according to her Facebook page, which is filled with photos of her racial justice activism.
One post from August shows her pumping her fist in the air during a march.
'My left fist, to symbolize black power. BLM, all day everyday,' she wrote in a comment.
Patterson's GoFundMe page has raised more than $44,600 as of Wednesday afternoon.
A GoFundMe campaign raising money to help Patterson (pictured) post bail describes her as an 'ally' of Black Student Union at her school, which charges nearly $60,000-a-year for tuition