Charlottesville releases list of expenses from KKK Rally

Members of the KKK escorted out of a planned rally on July 8, 2017 in Charlottesville. The KKK was protesting the planned removal of a statue of General Robert E. Lee. (Photo by Chet Strange/Getty Images) (Getty Images)

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The city of Charlottesville revealed just how much was spent when the KKK held a rally in the city on July 8, according to WVIR

The NBC affiliate reports that the city spent $32,835.25 all totaled that day for the rally at Justice Park.

The largest line item on the expense sheet is the $16,299.06 for Charlottesville Police Department overtime.

These totals, however, do not include expenses by Virginia State Police or Albemarle County law enforcement.

WVIR reports that Albemarle County Police Department says it spent $14,045 on mutual aid assistance to Charlottesville. The Albemarle County Sheriff's Office had six deputies and one supervisor work the July 8 KKK rally, making its total cost $2,467.17.

Virginia State Police have requested a fee to determine its costs, according to WVIR.

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Posted by WVIR NBC29 on Wednesday, August 2, 2017