DAHLONEGA, Ga. (CBS46) -- No one was injured during a Pro-Trump rally organized by white supremacists in downtown Dahlonega, according to city officials.
Counter-protesters were also at the rally, which ended at 3 p.m.
In a press release, city officials said there were nearly 200 demonstrators and approximately 600 officers in the Square, which was divided by barricades.
A total of three arrests were made.
"I am humbled by this outpouring of support from our local, state and federal partners during these events," Mayor Sam Norton said. "I would also like to thank all the residents and local business owners who sent messages of support to our officers."
Dahlonega residents told CBS46 they've been bracing for the rally that closed their downtown.
"I've never seen anything like this in our town," said resident Chase Wimpy.
Business owner Steve Hallock watched from his storefront.
"We just wanted to protect the store from anything," he said.