SANTA ANA (AP) — Authorities say Ku Klux Klan members and counter-protesters involved a bloody melee at an Anaheim park have been released from jail without criminal charges.

But police Sgt. Daron Wyatt said Thursday that re-arrests are possible after investigators review video footage and other evidence from the weekend clash during which three people were stabbed.

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Wyatt says 12 suspects were arrested and one turned himself in following the brawl involving several dozen people and spanning a city block.

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An initial investigation determined that Klan members acted in self-defense after the counter-protesters attacked.

Wyatt says a 19-year-old man arrested after the melee remains jailed on a matter unrelated to the KKK incident.

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